Colors Of The Law

Poem By RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Red, white and blue thoughts following the rule of law
according to our Constitution as it was written all
those years ago.

Being a true American, doing whatever needs to be done
to keep our nation from a take-over by socialist commun-
ists who're doing everything they can to ruin our country.

Wanting to make the U.S.A. a third-world country, wishing
more people would wake up, join We the People and help keep
corruption out of our Republic forever.

Knowing through future centuries, America will continue to
be attacked from within, because some people prefer to be
greedy, selfish, in control, having power over everyone.

Wanting to be dictators over our great Nation, ruled by our Constitution, Ten Commandments, keeping morals, ethics and
values intact, that's the only way we can stay united in
this God-given Nation.

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