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    American Values Are Dead and Buried?

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    Who owns America today? ... Perhaps the greatest threat to ... the tea party is that they appear to be arguing a case that, for all practical purposes, has already been settled for the majority of Americans. The America of the Founding Fathers roots – a modest, decentralized, and agrarian nation – is gone, or is at least being pushed to the demographic margins, inhabiting the great red swath of the country's middle. Politically, the America of today is as much a product of Lyndon Johnson and Franklin Delano Roosevelt as James Madison and Thomas Jefferson – of the sprawling government programs of Medicaid and Social Security as much as the Second Amendment and its provision for nongovernment militias. Though he was speaking of ... the Civil Rights Act specifically, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele's comment Sunday morning on "Fox News Sunday" appears to be broadly relevant to the tea party as a viable political movement: "The philosophy was misplaced in these times," he said. "The philosophy got in the way of reality." – Christian Science Monitor

    Dominant Social Theme: It's ovah! The blue states have won. Federal government activism is gloriously ascendant.

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    Anglo-Saxon virtue and genetic homogeneity can only occur in rural/small town settings.

    The industrial revolution, which required enormous numbers of immigrants, destroyed the traditions of our Saxon forbears, setting into motion the forces of urbanization, multiculturalism, and statism upon which all the problems in modern America rest.

    Jefferson knew it. A nation of yeoman farmers and small-time businessmen in a dispersed, mostly rural society was the only way to continue to live as our ancestors did, thereby maintaining our ancestral traditions, virtues, and culture.

    This is why I strongly suggest, to those who can, moving to the interior, away from large cities, into the great Germanic heartland. It is like living in a Norman Rockwell time machine, and brother, it is wonderful

    Rural Preservation = Germanic Survival.

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