America is in Danger
June 7, 2021
You see it in the concerned and pained expressions on the faces of Mark Levin, Newt Gingrich, and Brit Hume who like myself and many, many others like me have actively supported conservative causes for fifty years. We are concerned and feel the pain because today we are living in the most dangerous period of America’s continued existence since the Civil War. Everything Democrats are doing should make that obvious.
They support open borders with the attendant problems of criminal cartels, human trafficking, and death to the migrants. To them, this is simply a means of adding one million potential voters to their side. And if they succeed in passing the unconstitutional HR1 which includes no voter ID registration or proof of residency they believe those migrants will be actual voters. The result will be one-party rule and an effective totalitarian government. And if HR1 seems likely to be overturned by the Supreme Court they will simply eliminate the filibuster and pack the Supreme Court to prevent this from happening. And to further cement their power they will then declare Washington D.C. to be a state and add two U.S. Senate seats to their side.
An extension of this is the continuing pandemic restrictions. Continuing them as long as possible allows them to condition and control voters - and then be able to usefully view their response. Vaccination passports could be coming soon. Further, they support the chaos caused by BLM and others in their Democrat-run cities because since citizens normally look to the government for protection it allows them even more control.
But there is a solution to all this. Each of us as we are able must be willing to sacrifice in some way or it will be our freedom or our lives later. We must remember that members of the military, the police, and today's health care workers often risk their lives daily in support of their fellow citizens. Each of us must at least be willing to do much less, which of course is easier said than done.
Sacrificing is easier if one is self-employed, retired, or working for a small conservative business. It is much more difficult if one works for a large corporation as that person faces a Hobson’s choice: keeping quiet allows for a continuation of a stable family lifestyle whereas standing one’s ground will likely result in losing one’s job with family and children suffering. The sad thing is that if that person does not stand on principle, their children and certainly their grandchildren could ultimately live under a Communist regime. So it is no surprise then that Democrats now support and ally with the large corporations with their more easily compromised employees. And congruently they seem to be working hard at destroying many small businesses.
But some take the risk. Some ministers of the faith have told their congregations that they will accept jail rather than go against their faith. And there are many others who will take the same risk for their country. Tucker Carlson on his program each night usually has someone on his show with courage who has stood on principle and has often paid a price. But that person loves their God, their country, and their family enough to do it rather than just going with the flow and increasing the power of those who do not care about us and want to control us. These courageous individuals should be a model for all of us. We must nonviolently STAND UP and PUSH BACK!
Vern Wuensche grew up in the tiny farming community of McDade in central Texas. He obtained a BBA and MBA from the University of Texas and holds a CPA certificate. In 1975 he founded what is now Houston’s oldest residential construction company for 42 years. He wrote a book, Overcoming Legal Abuse as an American Entrepreneur, about the difficulty of starting and running a business without a properly functioning legal system. He is an Army veteran. An early marathoner, he ran the length of Galveston Island in the early 1970’s, continuing his distance running regularly all his life. He is a Christian who is serious about his faith. An Elder for twenty years, he has regularly attended Missouri Synod Lutheran churches all his life.
But his passion has always been politics. As a child, he hung bell-shaped door hangers on doors in McDade for Eisenhower in 1956. And since 1972 he has worked on campaigns of every type, attending 22 Republican state conventions, usually as a delegate. At the same time, he continually studied presidential politics. He ran for President in 2008 and 2012 placing seventh and tenth in the Iowa Caucus and the New Hampshire Primary. Details of the races can be seen at http://www.voteforvern.com His current long term project is the development of a Republican Farm Team. Anyone considering running as a Republican at any point in the future for any race should begin early, develop name identification and develop relationships with funders before they decide to run.
Visit Vern Wuensche's website at www.VoteForVern.com/