Monday, April 12, 2010

"Time's Up."



Brock Townsend said...

It sure is, and although I have been fortunate to view him before, this is by far his best, and should be spread like wildfire.

Anonymous said...

I've read every one of the quotes cited in the video, but hearing them really brings them to life. Thanks for sharing!

Kyle said...

I loved the quotes of our Founding Fathers! The video was great, EXCEPT, it seemed like Mr. Whittle gave FOX and GW Bush a pass on their shenanigans. It seemed that this video claimed that only those evil liberals urinate on the Constitution and expand government.

aughtsix said...

Bill Whittle is a National Treasure.

There is no one so eloquent and sincere, so accurate and concise is he in his analysis and presentation of historic truth.

This video is not an aberration... he's always just this spot on.

And time is up, the account way past due, for the enemies of The Founders Republic.

Force has always been an option. It is now all that is left to us.

Unknown said...

Bill Whittle rocks. He's a modern day American philosopher, every bit as much as our Founders were.

Happy D said...

Bill Whittle I love his work. I would strongly recommend registering at PJTV and watching all of Bill's stuff.
Don't forget to go read his stuff here.

While you are at PJTV check out Andrew Klavan, Alfonzo Rachel, (Don't tell Olbey he is black) and the others. Don't miss the Vodka Pundit and Trifecta.

Anonymous said...

Well done!


jon said...

hey, that's great! of anyone i can think of that deserves to be noticed, it's kent.

Anonymous said...

I have quoted each of the Founding Fathers that Bill spoke of with such passion and belief.

I have quoted them to friends and strangers. I have quoted them here in response to Mike's posts. I have quoted them in various forums all over the internet.

I have quoted them because their words are truth.

The Founding Fathers are my Fathers. I can do nothing less than fight for my freedom; our freedom. And if necessary, as they did, I will see all that I have worked for lost; every possession, every comfort. If necessary I will die as many of them did, in mud and blood, everything they held dear having been taken from them; knowing that my death was for something far greater than I. Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for those that I have fathered. For all those that will come after me.

To our Lord above, the God of all men that gave us our natural rights, our unalienable rights; those possessed by man under the laws of nature, as well as those granted us under The Constitution, I will give my life back to you, Lord.

Many of us will give our lives for freedom. That is the difference between us and those that seek to rule us. They hide behind illegal laws. They ridicule and dismiss The Constitution. They deem our Founding Fathers terrorists.

We have strayed so very far from what we were given. My God, what have we done? We will pay for our ungratefulness, our forgetfulness, our greediness. We will pay with our blood.

I, for one, will gladly do so before I will knell as a slave. My wife and children expect no less of me. They have expressed as much to me. And they, too, have said they will give the same, as they will refuse to live as slaves.

To think of my family being forced to give their lives for the most basic of human rights, freedom, spurs me to make sure that if I am taken from them, or if they are taken from me, then, so too, will I take with me as many of those that will have stolen my family from me as I possibly can.

God will rest my soul, should he feel me deserving of rest, just as he will rest the souls of those that are attempting to destroy our Republic; in the hell they deserve.

From James Madison, Federalist No. 29:

There is something so far-fetched and so extravagant in the idea of danger to liberty from the militia, that one is at a loss whether to treat it with gravity or with raillery; whether to consider it as a mere trial of skill, like the paradoxes of rhetoricians; as a disingenuous artifice to instil prejudices at any price; or as the serious offspring of political fanaticism. Where in the name of common-sense, are our fears to end if we may not trust our sons, our brothers, our neighbors, our fellow-citizens? What shadow of danger can there be from men who are daily mingling with the rest of their countrymen and who participate with them in the same feelings, sentiments, habits and interests?

Time is indeed up. God save our Republic. And in asking this, God give me the strength to die for it, so that those that come after me may know freedom.



sofa said...

registration required - Is it available anywhere else?

Uncle Lar said...

I have been following the writings of Bill Whittle for at least the last ten years or so. Glad that he has found a home at PJTV as his commentaries there are much more frequent that when he blogged on his own.
As for the one snarky comment about Bill and Bush, when W was in power he got his fair share of criticism from Mr. Whittle. That was then and this is now. Obama and company are the immediate threat, so deserve our full attention. Truth be known I am more than a bit weary of the "let's blame Bush" crap. It's now more than a year since BHO took over. Any vestiges of Bush policy still in place are there because the current administration finds them convenient and useful. So for the Bush bashers, STFU and put a sock in it. You are really starting to bore me.

frosty2 said...

What Happy D said -- and don't forget to check out Joe Hicks.

Anonymous said...

Truth Hurts! Let freedom ring along with as many founding quotes as you can recall! Here are a couple from one of my favorite Founders -- he always lays it on the line -- Elbridge Gerry.

"What, Sir, is the use of a militia? It is to prevent the establishment of a standing army, the bane of liberty. ...Whenever Governments mean to invade the rights and liberties of the people, they always attempt to destroy the militia, in order to raise an army upon their ruins."


"The evils we experience flow from the excess of democracy. The people do not want virtue, but are the dupes of pretended patriots."

and one more thing...

Tea Party Warning!

The global/socialist elite are making their move. They are introducing Newt "The Globalist" Gingrich in the run for president. Newt is NOT a Constitution loving conservative. Please investigate Mr Gingrich by watching this presentation by the JBS on his voting record.



Anonymous said...

Hamilton was the author of Federalist 29, not Madison.

Anonymous said...

I have read that the opening quote attributed to George Washington is bogus.