Standing For Principles

Today is the 75th anniversary of the Munich Accords.  Neville Chamberlain agreed to give Adolph Hitler the Czechoslovakian province of Sudetenland in order to secure peace in Europe.

We all know how that ended up.  Emboldened by getting away with taking something that did not belong to him, Hitler pressed harder, eventually invading Poland, causing the death of millions of innocents and causing widespread destruction worldwide.

We are now in a similar situation.  Our government forced a health care law on the people that co-opted the greatest medical system in the world.  The Democrats drafted the law without Republican assistance, denying them committee access and debate opportunities.  They used parliamentary tricks to arrange a midnight vote to pass the bill because they knew that the American people did not want it.  Speaker Pelosi told the press that you needed to pass the bill in order to know what was in it.

Today 70 percent of the people oppose Obamacare.  The administration knows that it does not work and has delayed major provisions and granted waivers to cronies.  Now, the Republicans can stand up for the American people and stop this law by refusing to fund it.  That action would reflect the will of the people who they are supposed to represent.

75 years ago another politician did what was politically expedient and gave away the rights of the people they were supposed to be representing, to the detriment of the world.  Today, our leaders seem bent on doing the same.

Tell your representatives to stand for what is right.  Do not let this be another Munich.


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