Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Return America's Motto: E Pluribus Unum

E Pluribus Unum... Out of many, one.

This IS our guiding light, our ORIGINAL motto. When we wrongly, even delusionally changed it in 1956, out of fear, we began this, our long decay into today. We need to change it back. There is a petition for just that now at WhiteHouse.gov. Feel free to sign it and get America back on track!

Do not trust in a deity for they reside in the ether, if anywhere. They too much reside in our imaginations. And we need to reside in our reality. That is why we are in this morass of poor decisions today.

It has led to liars being our leaders. To lies being our governing method. Odd it is that belief in what should be great, has been made to be so petty and weaponized. Against those it was meant to protect, but those who were once so oppressed in such an ancient and forbidding environment for all but those in power.

Trust instead in oneself, in one's neighbors, in one's fellow citizens to do what is right. Under the umbrella of our nation, together. Inclusively, not as we are now, divisive, partisan, with leaders who work to separate us for their own benefit. Even using our current motto, In God We Trust, to polarize us.

Something oddly enough our enemies greatly desire, and our current #POTUS is doing to us with great aplomb and satisfaction.

WE are America. Not, We ARE America.

For in the alteration of a single word's emphasis, we are unbecoming who we have for so long...been.

We need to be a country together, once again. We need to be a country once and for all, now, as we never have been before.

To that effect there is a petition on WhiteHouse.gov asking to turn SCOTUS, our highest court, to be the trim tab on the rudder of America. Go there, sign it. It is a step toward a court once again representing us all who would never support something like Citizens United, curbing American's freedom for the wont of the few.

"In God We Trust" is the official motto of the United States of America and of the U.S. state of Florida. It was adopted as the nation's motto in 1956 as a replacement or alternative to the unofficial motto of E pluribus unum, which was adopted when the Great Seal of the United States was created and adopted in 1782.[1][2] Wikipedia

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