The Future

Do you ever consider what the future will be? Will the earth be a great place to live out your life? Will it be too crowded? Will it be dangerous? Will there be new animals? There is a multitude of questions like these that could describe the future or our world.

I believe that the future will bring a glorious life condition. I think that many of of our current problems will be solved. I believe that crime and violence between people will become a thing of the past. The struggles and conditions that cause bad things to happen will be eliminated. Untimely deaths from an accident will all be done away with. Theft will become stupid and unnecessary. Revenge and jealousy a thing of the past.

Unalienable rights will become a real thing. Everyone believes in the common rights that we all need in order to live. We need air to breathe. In other communities, air might be a commodity that is manufactured and sold. This situation will not last for long before people come together and agree that there shall be no pecking order to enjoy air, and that all people are entitled to have as much as they need. This will make common sense because all people have always had free air to breathe and all that they needed.

Water will become an inalienable right in the future too. Not just water but clean water will be made available to all. The technology to have plentiful clean water will become common and water for your personal use will be free. It should be that way and it will become that way in the future.

Energy will be free. Clean energy will become so commonplace and plentiful that energy to provide  for your needs will be free. Heat and light for your house will be free. Transportation will be free. Basic foodstuff will be free.

Robots will make all this possible. Owning land and businesses will be phased out. Robots working together will do all the things that people used to do, but instead of doing it for riches and power, they will do it for people. For all people.

I believe we will fix all of mankind’s current problems and the only problems we will encounter are the new ones we create.

We have to be better and smarter than the Democrates.

What am I saying? I’m a democrat! I’m a registered Democrat. I voted for Barack Obama, twice! I hated the stupid memes that said he was not an American citizen. Twisted information stretched and based on a April Fools Day prank. He finally released his birth certificate and it was examined by the experts and determined to be authentic. I also hated the insinuations that the First Lady had a penis. Michelle Obama is a very pretty woman! If you do not know this shame on you. Any derogatory comments about her sexuality or gender is from a sick person. Republicans cannot continue to indorse this type of argumentative style. It is beneath the intelligence of the group in general.

As I side with 90% of the Republican policies and politics, the one thing that stands out in my movement from left to right is the factual, intelligent and positive information being shared by some of the smartest people in the world. Ben, Tucker, Sean, Jordan, Steven, Jesse, Greg and Dave to name a few of the guys, Ann, Dana, Kimberly, Tomi and Laura just to name a brief few of the extremely intelligent girls. Jedediah, Elle, Sierra and Prissy combine beauty and spark to highlight a wonderful roundup of articulate speakers. These people use facts and logic to convey their opinions. They do not stoop to name calling or foul dirty attacks that are intended to shut up the opposition. They always produce a logically progressive argument that factually advances their position.

The right side is on the side of Democracy. A republic based democracy. A belief in traditions and traditional roles. A belief in the Constitution and the Amendments that have guided us through a wondrous past and a future destined to be the greatest in the world.

 

What kind of Patriot are you?

From the definitions on my previous post I can take all meanings of patriot and calculate how I fit in. You should do this too.

I love my country. God, family and country. Sure a lot of people say and feel this from all over the world, but my love for my country goes much deeper than that. Like a true tribesman, I love and revere our place (USA) and our group (Americans), but I realize that I belong to the greatest country ever formed.  Technically a constitutional federal representative democracy, our republic or democracy, call it what you will,  is unequaled in its ability to extend power to a few representatives, while retaining that very power to the people. With this constraint in mind, I fully support the authority and interests of our leaders. This respect and support is backed by my promise to defend our country from enemies or detractors, no matter if they come from the inside or the outside.

I am a patriot.

Are you a Patriot?

Are you a patriot? You cannot answer that question if we do not agree on the definition of “patriot”.

  •  Merriam Webster:

“one who loves his or her country and supports its authority and interests”

  • Cambridge:

“a person that loves his or her country and defends it when necessary”

  • Oxford:

“A person who vigorously supports their country and is prepared to defend it against enemies or detractors.”

  • The Free Dictionary:

“a person who vigorously supports his country and it’s way of life”

  • Collins:

“Someone who is a patriot loves their country and feels loyal toward it.”

  • Your Dictionary:

“a person who loves, defends and supports his or her country.”

  • The Urban Dictionary:

“A real patriot is someone who loves their country enough to speak up when they see something that needs changed; and not someone who blindly assumes that their government knows best and is always right no matter what.

Originally, a patriot was someone who loves their country and supports it, but won’t blindly follow whatever their country’s government does. These days, it is synonymous with Nationalist, which is someone who blindly follows whatever his country’s government does, and lacks his own ability to think and reason for himself.”

 

These definitions can seem to cloud the answer. When someone like myself declares that they are a patriot, others can have a wide view of what that means. The idea of being an American patriot is fading into meaningless rhetoric. We should not let that happen,

I am an American patriot! In upcoming posts, I will explain my reasons for choosing the definitions of patriot that I `follow and how that impacts my positions, opinions and politics.