By Rick Biesada
Once again as Thanksgiving Day converges, I can't help but think, how hypocritical celebrating this holiday really is, in this day and time.
The pilgrims of Plymouth Rock could have never pulled off a celebration of this magnitude in present day times. Too many government regulations would have made this original holiday prohibitive.
Our first Thanksgiving was celebrated in the year 1621, after the first dreadful Massachusetts winter had killed off almost half of the colonists and froze all of the crops.
Governor William Bradford, decreed a three day festival for thanks and prayer, after the corn harvest brought them relief.
Thanksgiving was celebrated between the colonist's and the Indians. With today’s diverse special interest groups and illegal aliens, the attendance would be overwhelming.
Christian religious celebrations, or prayer services, couldn't be practiced by these settlers who sought freedom to worship, as they thought fit.
Chuckie Schumer and other little nauseous gun grabbing Nazi's, would prohibit our hunter gathering pilgrims from going out into the fields to hunt the necessary game for food; creating a disturbance on the festival grounds from the crowds of disenfranchised colonists - about not getting their fair share to eat!
Today’s vegetables would be too contaminated with chemicals and pesticides for the pure digestive systems of these pilgrims, causing massive out breaks of dysentery - too much even for our esteemed Health and Human Services Czar, Tommy Thompson to get a grip on and spin into another government entitlement program.
Being an out door festival grounds with large tables, the place would be swarming with all kinds of government agents and inspectors trying to impede progress, collecting tribute in form of fines, fees and imposing idiotic regulations concerning the safety of the environment - as well as sanitary conditions - the capacity of toilets, and special facilities for the handicapped colonists and Indians.
Leave it to the Nanny State to screw things up, to spoil our traditions and to decimate our way of life.
Isn't it fitting that the Queers of society should be thankful to Massachusetts this Thanksgiving, for their activist high court's decision to redefine their role in government, and to redefine the meaning of marriage to include sodomites. ( Yeah Rick – Watch ‘em stuff their birds. They have too much to give thanks for!)
We may ask ourselves, just who in the hell do these sanctimonious little heathens think they are? Inventing laws contrary to natural law; out of thin air.
I'm sure if Governor William Bradford were around today, he would have all of these activist fools locked in the stockade or better yet; stretched!
The original settlers wouldn't tolerate this, and some people may ask; why should we?
The colonist's were serious people, of principled purpose. They couldn't be bothered with the pretense of a phony, make believe life style.
They suffered with disease, inclement weather, and famine, and they viewed procreation as the way to continue society, not to deplete it, like those witless judges sitting on the high court in Massachusetts, redefining a life style that would terminate civilization in one generation.
If anybody should be thankful this year, it's the activist judges and public servants who usurp our laws and try to redefine morality. They should be thankful that they are around one more day to view their nitwittery, hang their heads in shame, and reflect upon all of the wrong that they have done.
They should take solace in the fact and be thankful, that they have helped create a dumbed-down society of neutered, lisping, fanny packers, waddling around oblivious, with a false sense of security; instead of the rebellious band of patriots, waiting in the wings, seeking to terminate their treacherous lives.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING ALL!
Federal Observer contributing columnist Rick Biesada can be heard on The Angry White Minute each Tuesday and Friday morning at 8:10 a.m. over radio station WJJG 1530 AM, Chicago's Home Town Station. If you've got a story about a public official violating the public trust, and would like to...share it, send Rick an email. While you're at it - Visit his Web-site and you'll have a little fun.
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