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My Pledge

September 4, 2009

Thanks to the handy world of twitter I came across this video earlier this week:
I have a few questions for these celebrities. Where have you been? Why is now the time for you to pledge your time to your country? Why have you never helped poverty before? Why now, Ashlee Simpson are you going to be a good mom, why not before? Well, take a listen to this guy, he points out the hypocrsiy, stupidity and arrogance of these celebrities: I became a fan of this guy during the election and still am. Visit his website here

Now I’d like to share my pledge. I pledge to ALWAYS be proud of my country. I pledge to realize that America has been blessed by God and is the greatest nation on earth. I pledge to stand up when I see our Constitution being put through the shredder. I Pledge to speak up, even if I may be alone. I pledge to be informed. I pledge to learn the REAL history of this country.

“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of American and to the Republic for which it stands ONE nation UNDER GOD, indivisible, with LIBERTY and justice for all.”

I pledge to think for myself. I pledge not to give into propoganda. I pledge my allegiance to my God and to my country. I pledge to make sure the people in our government are working for US not us working for them. I pledge to fight for candidates who have Americas best intrest in heart, and respect and uphold the constitution, who realize they are becoming a servant to the public, and I pledge to fight against politicians who have radical, communist, marxist, socialist, population control views and who are flat out in it for the perks. I pledge to be a good steward of the earth, not an eco-maniac. I pledge to stand by the Americans Creed:

I believe in the United States of America as a government of the people, by the people, for the people; whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed, a democracy in a republic, a sovereign Nation of many sovereign States; a perfect union, one and inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice, and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes.
I therefore believe it is my duty to my country to love it, to support its Constitution, to obey its laws, to respect its flag, and to defend it against all enemies.

So there you go celebrities and Mr. Obama, there is my pledge. (I wonder if they’ll let me in on the video?..nah probably not)

13 Comments leave one →
  1. November 20, 2009 11:13 am

    Young lady you give me hope. Hope for the Grand Rapids area, for Michigan and for this great country. My compliments to your parents, but mostly to you. Because no matter how great a job your parents did, you made a choice. A choice to become involved. A choice to seek the truth. A choice to overcome the relentless efforts to mold your mind by the media. I look forward to more wisdom and more courage in the future. Thank you!

  2. Ashleigh permalink
    November 21, 2009 7:03 am

    Jackie, I thought the same things as you! Why did it take Obama to get these celebs to suddenly start doing good or being proud of their country? Demi Moore is almost 50! What has she been doing up til now? All these years, and now she finally decides to have pride in America and do some voluntary service?

    I saw this video and just thought it was ridiculous, but then, celebrities do not really impress me. Most of them are very liberal-minded and many of them are champions of immorality with the way they live their lives and/or believe others should live their lives. And I think that, like Obama, they think much too highly of themselves.

    But I like your pledge! Yah, I doubt they’ll let you be a part of them and their pledges. They’d just diss’ you and call you an evil “Palin lover” or redneck or some insulting thing like that.

    But it’s a great pledge, and I pledge the same!

  3. Timothy Voight permalink
    November 21, 2009 6:38 pm

    Great post. He is an interesting poem that discribes what all us conservatives stand for.

    I Do Not Choose to Be a Common Man

    It is my right to be uncommon—if I can.

    I seek opportunity—not security. I do not wish to be a kept citizen, humbled and dulled by having the state look after me.

    I want to take the calculated risk; to dream and to build, to fail and to succeed.

    I refuse to barter incentive for a dole. I prefer the challenges of life to the guaranteed existence; the thrill of fulfillment to the stale calm of utopia.

    I will not trade freedom for beneficence nor my dignity for a handout. I will never cower before any master nor bend to any threat.

    It is my heritage to stand erect, proud and unafraid; to think and act for myself, enjoy the benefit of my creations and to face the world boldly and say, “This I have done.”

    By Dean Alfange

  4. Tricia permalink
    November 21, 2009 11:43 pm

    I hope you become a politican, follow your passion. We need people like you in Congress, not the 50% millionaires to the 5% of popultion they represent. It has been a great read on your site. Good Luck and I can’t wait to vote for you one day!

  5. Mr Blifil permalink
    November 23, 2009 5:08 am

    The video above that you have decided to promote and share is founded on massive contradictions. First of all, there was a famous progressive effort to expand government oversight of health insurance, in the first term of Clinton’s tenure. Progressives have been tireless advocates for the uninsured sick since the early nineties. Progressives pointed out in 2002 the folly of attacking Iraq in retaliation for the terrorism on 9/11. Progressives correctly pointed out the waste in life and resources that were being contemplated, before one soldier had been committed. Progressives around the world marched in solidarity for peace by the MILLIONS. Paris, London, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, etc. The idea that progressives have only lately come to the issue of health insurance reform is total nonsensical historical revisionism.

    But the main contradiction is the stance the speaker takes regarding his hero George Bush (friend to the average black man). According to Macho Sauce (homoerotic subtext anyone?) mean progressives dropped all their decades of advocacy for a plethora of important issues, from poverty to AIDS awareness, to coalesce around the one goal of criticizing George Bush, Jr. That took all their time and energy, says the esteemed speaker. Meanwhile President Bush had predicated his entire first campaign on calling his opponent a liar (how Christian!) and his second on calling his war veteran opponent a liar and an opportunist who lied about his war record (which Kerry did not do but Bush did).

    You’re young, but before you scrub this comment, give it some thought. You are choosing to throw in with racists and charlatans. You’ll only end up making yourself look bad in the end, and later in life when you realize how far you’ve strayed from the true path of Christianity, which admonishes you to love your enemy, it will be too late to do anything to make amends. Think it over.

  6. Polly Anna permalink
    November 25, 2009 3:09 pm

    Jackie-the-tool, you obviously DO NOT think for yourself. If you did you would have been able to answer Nora’s very simple question. If you actually “thought” for yourself, versus swallowing without thinking, you would have been able to defend your stupid t-shirt’s lie. You don’t so, you couldn’t. There is no running away from dumb.

  7. November 25, 2009 4:53 pm

    When put in much nicer words, Polly Anna’s post seems to make much sense. It seems contradictory that you create a blog where you promote your huge interest in politics and the fact that you are aware of much more than the average teen — then claim to be clueless and that you were “attacked by the liberal media bias”. You really should have been able to see that it was a simple question which directly contradicted your t-shirt. And, just for the record, if you did happen to ask her today, I’m sure her answer would include something along the lines of her interview with Katie Couric back on 09/24/08 —

    Palin: “I’m all about the position that America is in and that we have to look at a $700 billion bailout.”


    Just saying, you may be able to tweet about how all the “stupid liberals” are attacking you in your blog, but I am not attacking you based on your political views. Personally, as I’ve already stated, I hate to be associated with any ONE political party. I like that I am able to THINK FOR MYSELF, not absorb everything Fox News spits in my direction as fact.

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving,
    Tim H.

  8. November 25, 2009 5:05 pm

    “There’s no running away from dumb.” No Sh@t. He’s in the White House surrounded by a bunch of un-elected Czars running this country into the ground while nitwits like Polly Anna and Tim H. stand on the sideline applauding like a bunch of win-up monkeys with their eyes popping out. I think anyone would be surprised and blind sided by the liberal attack dog media when you are reminded ad nausea about how “compassionate and loving” they are. Give me a break. And go trolling somewhere else. Keep blogging Jacks! And feel free to do a little smack backing to these self righteous wankers.

  9. Pogue Mahone permalink
    November 25, 2009 5:40 pm

    And of course by God you mean the Protestant God, not the Catholic, Jewish, or Muslim God right? Oh, and you left fascism out when you mentioned different political ideologies. Was that an oversight, or is it because your political views are so close to it?

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  13. November 25, 2009 7:18 pm

    @Regan LaMothe:

    “He’s in the White House surrounded by a bunch of un-elected Czars running this country into the ground while nitwits like Polly Anna and Tim H. stand on the sideline applauding like a bunch of win-up monkeys with their eyes popping out.”

    First off, do your research on Czars — you’re just another Palin babbler who doesn’t know what they are talking about and is only capable of regurgitating Glenn Beck. I’m sure even Jackie could manage a giggle at the ridiculousness of your statement. Second, I’m not sure whether I’m to be insulted or dumbfounded by your lack of an insult. I do not like to think that I am a nitwit. I try to find ACTUAL INFORMATION to back up my opinions, just like Jackie does — something you and other “liberal bashers” seem to be lacking. Contrary to your beliefs, I am not a “liberal”. I am also not a “conservative”. I would like to think of myself as a “Moderate” most of the time.

    She wasn’t “surprised” or “blindsided”, she was asked a straightforward answer which she should have been able to answer, but did not.

    I do not follow her blog to “troll”, I follow it because I am glad to see there are other young people like me taking such a huge role in politics. WE are America’s future and if we do not make our voices heard now then WHAT FUTURE IS THERE?

    Keep on blogging, Jackie. You’re doing an excellent job!

    Timothy Hawley

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