Lies of Omission

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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Free Exercise Thereof

We are in a post-republic America. There is no rule of law, there is only a rule of judges. Legislation is equal to a dictate from the king. That we elect the barons and the lords to rule over us does not lessen tyranny, but it makes us feel better; it gives us faith in the "system" and that is all the government really needs.

Through several supreme court decisions, largely where they have ruled on Obamacare, the message as been sent: Whatever the government chooses to do is within its power. Think of that, what is a king, but someone allowed to do whatever they choose and the fact that they choose to do it makes it within their power.

No, we are not quite a monarchy, because the king is changed by the will of the people. But, we are much closer to a democracy, where whatever the government can persuade the people to support, through bribery, coercion or charisma, becomes law.

A republic is a government set up by law, where the law is greater than anyone who might violate it. There can be no one who violates the law and chooses to change the law rather than to suffer its consequences. There are means of dealing with such people, it is written int the Constitution and prescribes even how a president might be removed.

Our lost republic had recognized certain rights as being endowed by the creator, inviolable, irrevocable. Of these certain, inalienable rights is the right to religion, but that right is often misread and almost always misinterpreted. It states:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
The second clause is the important one:  Or prohibiting the free exercise there of. The congress shall make no law prohibiting the free exercise of religion. Does that sound even remotely accurate to what we enjoy?

There is a deep necessity of those on the left to abolish Christianity. Now, I would say religion, but that is not true. They are accommodating of almost any religion, even phony religions, but not Christianity. To them, Christianity must be banished from the public eye. All references to Christianity must be striken from the record, banned from the schools, ripped from the monuments.

Why? (I ask this as a rhetorical device, please don't send an e-mail explaining it to me)

Is it that they (Marxists in general and their stooges) intend to obliterate, defame and denigrate our founders to make change that much easier? They have already done what they can to link them with slavery, with racism, with every evil under the sun. They speak of them as if they were doddering old, racist fools who clung to religion and guns just like our friends in Pennsylvania. "Old White Men". Why do they need to pretend that Lincoln, their hero, was not a Christian? He was not of a particular religion, but he was extraordinarily well versed with the Bible and could quote from it verbatum.

The whole reasoning behind the Revolution is undermined if God is taken out of government, because it is religion that founded this nation, gave it spirit, emboldened its revolutionaries and sustained them in the darkest days. Think of George Washington dropping to his knees and praying for his troops, for the survival of the new republic.

Any fight for liberty includes the right to practice religion, of any kind, freely, openly, without fear of reprisal by the government. In today's society George Washington would have been reported to the Joint Chiefs of Staff and replaced by a more sensitive, diverse general, who would have promptly lost the war and everything could return to normal with the king.

It is that mentality that runs our government. It is that mentality that rules the GOP. They want things to go back to normal: when they didn't get phone calls all the time by the Tea Party or the 2A supporters. When they could just do some dinners, raise some money and play chess with their liberal buddies on the other side of the aisle.

Piece by piece they have come after every right that protects the people from government and have honored every law that protects government from the people. The laws against privacy and guns are passed by legislators. The laws against religion are passed by judges. Maybe it's time some phones at the Supreme Court began to ring.


  1. No ones commented because we are not voting our way out of this one, nor will a strongly worded letter to our congresscritter get us anything. Democracy is a political mechanism to Prevent change.

    The Civil War comes.

  2. Regarding the Senate passed budget bill failing Veterans. Let's not take this on our knees. It's time to be proactive. All Veteran's and our supporters need to march on and occupy our state capitol buildings. No one leaves until this is repealed. If those who contribute nothing to our Republic can hold ground, in all weather, for weeks and months on end, so can we. It has to be done now, not later, taking too much time to organize works against us. This needs to begin in the next forty-eight hours. Yeah, it's almost Christmas. So what.

    Dwayne Chandler, 13 years active service, honorably discharged, US Army.

  3. Unfortunately our courts have assumed the role of the legislature, the parliament. A rubber stamp for the King. Even though the King could rescind their rulings, that day cannot be far off in our world. Just wait. We are about to see a prime example of this. Probably tomorrow.

  4. The SCOTUS sold our constitution out decades ago. " “You seem … to consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions; a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. Our judges are as honest as other men, and not more so. They have, with others, the same passions for party, for power, and the privilege of their corps…. Their power [is] the more dangerous as they are in office for life, and not responsible, as the other functionaries are, to the elective control.” Thomas Jefferson

  5. Supreme Court Judges are appointed... for life, no term limits. Judge's have no legal authority to interpret the Constitution.

    Senators and Congress are responsible to their constituents and they do what they want, why would anyone bother to even answer a phone in the Supreme Court?

    Our Govt. has carefully crafted a position in which no alternative but violence will solve our problems, and nothing short of civil war would eliminate the people who vote for tyranny. They have labeled Patriot's past and future as terrorists, racists and criminals. There will be no notoriety, we will never win the support of the populous. Backed into the mother of all corners, failure is not an option lest we die as terrorists (and our families of torture in prison camps). If you're in for a penny - may as well be in for a pound.


  6. There is no better time than the present.
    We've been waiting for the chance to claim self defense, one at a time we're slaughtered and dismissed as mental cases.
    John Parker on the green we'll never be. He who throws the first real punch generally wins. If only we could put aside our differences long enough to organize... We'll be forgotten, not heroes nor martyrs.

    But, better to die die on our feet fighting as men than on our knees as cowards.

    Sure we'll be called terrorists, but we'll not kill inocent women or children. Plenty of hard targets are within reach of a couple of fire teams.
    Success is relative only in the big picture.

    Die with me?



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