Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Blogs of Note: RKL Writes

© 2009 Albert A Rasch

RKL Writes

"Ten years ago if someone had told me that the United States had reached the Zenith of our power and prosperity I would have had it out with them."

Thus starts the latest post by RKL Writes. Discussing themes that I myself have been mulling over for some time, RKL covers difficult territory with a clear and discerning prose that is sure to get you thinking. Stop by and spend some time with him; it will be worth your while.

Best regards,
The Hunt Continues...


Dennis A Carroll said...

I'll check it out, Albert.

Thanks for the "Blogs of Note."

native said...

Taken right from the pages of Mark Levin's "Liberty and Tyrany Albert.

Not at all in a plagiarizing sense but rather, "exactly" how (according to latest statistics) over 48% of Americans now feel about the political climate, and what is being done to our great nation.

Strange how people can fall under the spell of hype and smoke & mirrors.
Which is just how I have viewed the political arena for well over 20 years now.
Why else would Hollywood be so infatuated with politics?
Because politician's have gone in the direction of creating "Illusion" (just like the movies do) and lulling the populace into a stupor.

This in turn insures their patronage (money), and will continue on into the next sequel!
Meanwhile Capital Hill lives it up on Kobe Beef Steaks while we must resort to eating Top Ramen every day.

Welcome, Socialism, Marxism, Pol Pot, Hitler, Mussolini, in fact, every thing and including all past dictators that our fighting men died in battle against, so that we could enjoy the fruits which our United States Constitution has borne for the past 200 + years.

Just as you can throw a frog into a boiling pot of water and he will jump right out and live.
Or, you can place that same frog into a pot of cold water, and then slowly turn up the heat until you have him cooked.

He doesn't jump out then because he has been lulled into a sense of false security, and falls into a stupor so trance like that he doesn't notice that the water has come to a boil, but by then it is too late because he is already cooked.

RKL said...


Thanks for the post, I really appreciate it. By the way, I haven't read Levin's book yet although I plan on getting it soon. That was 100% RKL.

Thanks Again.


Wild Ed said...

Thanks for the post. I hope many have had enough of this CHANGE. Long live the Republic.