I’d like to say that in spite of what you might think about me, because of my statements on current events, I am not a hater of people, any people, at all. I am passionate about my country and our Constitution and get too upset when people misread and misunderstand it. My rants and statements are only intended to inform and make people aware; mostly they are intended to reinforce people who also believe in our Constitution but are cowed into silence by the loud voice of liberalism that has been growing and reinforced by a judiciary gone amok.
It is OK to believe in God and to expect our public education to, at the very least, acknowledge Him. I don’t hate atheists who have worked so hard to change that for they have shown us that change is possible. Now let’s change it back!
It is OK to believe in family values; but to still be able to accept people who march to a different drummer – but it is also OK to not want our society to be ruled by the different marchers. There is room for middle ground here and we should all find a place in it; but we need to resist being ruled by any minority that gets a loud voice. I don’t hate minorities, but there are too many of them to let them be in charge! We the people means ALL the people.
It is OK to make money and be prosperous; there is no shame in wanting the government to keep their hands out of our pockets. The world and our country have survived without socialism for a long, long time; we do not need to feel that we need to support everybody who cannot, or will not, support themselves; but, we should have a charitable nature – it simply shouldn’t be mandatory. Being forced to be compassionate loses the meaning of compassion. We have the right to be selfish, only God should judge us for it, not our neighbors; they don’t know who we are or what other problems we face. I don’t hate the poor or the rich; they all (we all) need all the love they can get, they all have their cross to bear.
It is OK to believe in life; wanting children and the infirm to live out the life that God gives them is not wrong. Dealing in Death is wrong, every time. Anybody can issue death; nobody alive today has the power of life –only God has that. Despots and dictators who say they have the power of life and death only have the power of death – let us see them resurrect a dead body and I’ll agree that they have the power of life. Eternity is a long, long time; three score years and ten is a short, short time by comparison. We should do all we can to ensure that everybody gets as much time alive as possible, the alternative is too permanent! I find it hard not to hate people who think death is best for anybody; but I know they can only see the light through love, so I do my best.
It is OK to believe in God, let people ridicule you for it, so what? Eternity is too long to take a chance that He might not exist. If He doesn’t exist but you spend your life thinking He does, so what? Let the worms judge you, that is our mortal fate anyway. If He does exist and we deny Him, then there will be a long eternity to repent in. In other words, there is absolutely nothing to lose by believing in and giving homage to God; there is everything to lose otherwise. Love God with all your heart and your fellow man as you love yourself and how can you lose? (Of course, some people loath themselves, but what can you do about that? They are the ones who are a danger to themselves and the rest of us.)
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Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication is a duty.
--Anne Louise Germaine de Steal, French author
Veritas vos Liberabit!