“Am I the only one who’s quit singin’ alongAaron Lewis
ev’ry time they play a Springsteen song?”
This is Day 402 of 15 Days to Flatten the Curve. Deb and I are well.
No, I didn’t watch Doctor Dementia address The Invited Two Hundred in DC last night, nor have I listened to any of the audio. Sure, I prefer to be informed — directly, without filters — but I exceeded my lifetime tolerance for anti-American leftist garbage over a dozen years ago, while POTUS #44 was campaigning to fundamentally transform the country I love.
I had no interest in hearing a doddering career opportunist try to convince the American People that his regime intends to do anything but dismantle a great nation.
Last night’s speech was aimed at the fearful, the soft-headed and the entitled, those who prefer the illusion of safety to the contest of Liberty, people who still believe that when the State pays for something it’s “free.” The speech, like the man who delivered it, appealed only to anti-American losers.
He wasn’t talking to me — or to you, either, if you’re worth a damn.
Regular readers may have noticed that Ubi Libertas has leaned back toward politics and current events the last few days. That kind of content formed the foundation of this blog and the social-media posts which preceded it.
It’s still essential. Those subjects, and the love of Liberty, never leave me, even when other matters compete for my attention.
But life goes on. And my American Life is going off — off in a new direction, that is. Ubi Libertas Blog will change.
As Ernie, Deb, the dogs and I roll across Free America, you can expect more travelogue. You’ll see photos and read posts that chronicle our experience on the road.
You’ll see the America we see. You’ll meet the Americans we meet. I’m sure you got a sense of all that during our recent “shakedown cruise” to Tennessee and as we’ve readied for our once-in-a-lifetime journey.
We’ll continue to live an American Life grounded in Liberty, exercising our inalienable right to pursue happiness as we define it.
Take care of yourselves, Patriots. Stay calm. Stay sharp. Stay free.