I’ve Got No Vaccine

Real Talk

“I’ve got no vaccine

To hold me down

To make me fret

Or make me frown

I won’t vaccine

Cuz I am free

There’s no vaccine in me…

I’ve got no vaccine

So I have fun

I’m not locked down from anyone

They’ve got strings

But you can see,

There are no strings on me”

Pinocchio never sang a more truthful song. Okay, okay…the lyrics may have been changed up slightly to fit my narrative, but it’s my narrative. My Truth, right?

Let’s forget “my truth” for a second and look at The Truth. Quite a few states have ended lockdowns, and, much to the chagrin of the would be tyrants out there, the Covid-19 numbers are declining in those places. That should be good news. Hell, it IS good news, but you wouldn’t know that if you only listen to the propaganda machine.

The mini-monarchs in the lockdown states want to keep you subjected, subservient, and obedient. They want to force you to vaccinate by way of requiring a vaccine “passport”. Only the most narcissistic amongst them would actually think that something this Orwellian is good.

Let me tell you a little secret, though: Covid passports aren’t legal. Article IV, Section 2, Clause 1 of the United States Constitution clearly states:

“The Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all Privileges and Immunities of Citizens in the several States.”

Because of this clause, items, such as internal passports, are unconstitutional. And if you think that Covid-19 creates an exception to this, well, you’re wrong.

In 2020, Dare County, North Carolina, officials passed a law barring anyone other than residents from entering. Attorney S.C. Kitchen, on behalf of six out of state property owners, filed a lawsuit against the county. The county was forced to settle the lawsuit in July of that year.

There should be a massive outcry against these proposed Covid passports. They are undoubtedly illegal, and designed, in whole, to further restrict our freedoms and liberties. Don’t let them dictate your rights to you. I don’t. A free people should never take orders from a government designed to serve them.

Keep fighting back.

Bless y’all

(Source: https://www.legalreader.com/dare-county-settles-lawsuit-over-covid-19-restrictions/)

Old Dog, Old Tricks

Real Talk

You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” We’ve all heard that saying at some point in our lives. There is even some plausible truth to it, but it doesn’t tell a complete narrative. Honestly, maybe new tricks are overrated. Sometimes the old tricks are the best tricks. When discussing government spending, maybe old tricks are the answer.

Look…Democrats can’t even spell “fiscal responsibility”, much less adhere to it. They will spend $5 billion to create a job that generates $5 thousand. That’s why they never worry about being responsible with taxpayer money.

Republicans, these days, aren’t doing much better. They used to be the party that spoke truth to it. Now, with the exception of a few individuals, they are almost just as bad as their opposition.

Most Americans forced to live with a certain set of rules when it comes to spending, the main one being: you can’t spend what you don’t have, and you can’t borrow what you don’t have the ability to pay back. At what point did we stop holding our government to this same principle? At what point do we collectively say “enough is enough”?

Fiscal responsibility should not be a partisan issue. No one actually likes paying more taxes. If someone tells you that they do, they’re either a liar or a fool. In fact, America does better when taxes are lower. If we continue down this path of unchecked government spending, however, this will all change.

We have to start having the conversation again about reining in government spending. If the Democrats refuse to do it, and if Republicans no longer have the testicular fortitude to tackle it, then maybe, just maybe, we start looking to someone else.

This is where I come in. As an Independent Conservative, I hold no allegiance to failed partisan politics. I plan on using those time tested old tricks that everyone else has forgotten about. Simple things, such as introducing “clean bills”, eliminating wasteful spending on regulations put in place by unelected bureaucrats, and ending the practice of continued enormous borrowing against future generations, will just be the start.

Sometimes it is necessary to go old school.