Last weekend, the trophy wife and I made a speed
trip to Pierre, South Dakota for a continuing
In his opening remarks, the instructor
stressed the importance of collecting a proper
history before creating treatment plans.
As an example, he humorously offered the
enormous difference between a cow which “died
suddenly” and one which was “suddenly found dead.”
The former implies an element of surprise,
whereas the later suggests inattentiveness, as
oftentimes, Bessie’s demise escapes everyone’s
notice until her bloated carcass blocks the
A few years back I had a middle of the night
calving call demonstrating the difference.
Dick suspected a calving problem with this
one particular heifer, so he hauled her to the
clinic at three o’clock in the morning.
I examined her and discovered there was a
problem alright and because the calf was dead,
bloated and decomposing this was a “suddenly found
It took two exhausting hours to deliver all
the little pieces of rotting veal; hours I would
have preferred spending at eight in the morning
rather than the middle of the night.
However, going back in time is never an
option and this quickly brings me to my point.
This same “cow died suddenly” versus
“suddenly found dead” discrepancy exists in
To say our constitutional republic is dying
is not entirely correct.
She is being killed.
Sadly, most Americans seem willing to ignore
our plight and will do so until our great experiment
in freedom is suddenly found dead, bloated and
blocking the driveway.
By then it will be too late.
As I have said repeatedly, the progressives
cannot advance their big government agenda without
first removing the limited-government restrictions
America’s framers purposely placed in our
Progressives, meaning all Democrats and
establishment Republicans, despise these
constitutional limitations and their treasonous
rejection of their oath of office means they should
be impeached and removed from office.
They will not be because most modern day
Americans prefer peace and servitude to “live free