Wednesday, July 2, 2008

IS The Constitution is dead?

"The best weapon of a dictatorship is secrecy, but the best weapon of a democracy should be the weapon of openness."
Niels Bohr, Danish physicist (1885-1962)

"Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence."
John Adams (1735-1826), second President of the United States

I always sometimes wonder if I come up with to much speculation about my opinions that the US Constitution has been suspended since 1933 following the information that I research whether it be a conspiracy theory or just plain obvious theoretical facts that seem to add up. Now I still personally also believe that the US Constitution is void because of what history has shown us in the 20th and the 21st centuries to all the obvious illegal activity that has the culprits laughing in our faces all the way to the bank so to speak. We have the illegal IRS, the tyranny of the Federal Reserve, Judges that think they are above the law, Politicians in public offices never giving any other citizen a true chance unless you are part of their elite or cliche', Same sex marriage continuously forcing itself as Constitutional, Child Protective Services criminalizing innocent with the guilty, Guilty until proven innocent such as confining suspects before they are presumed guilty, Those trying to ban Gun rights, free speech controlled, media bias, Elected US Government Officials who do illegal activities never punished truly.

How about the PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES VOTING IN THE LAWS OF THIS LAND ABOVE THE LAWMAKERS WITHOUT WORRY SOMEONE ILLEGALLY FIXES THE VOTES TO GO TO THEIR IMMORAL FAVOR? ILLEGALLY FORCED NOT VOLUNTEERED TAXATION such as Property taxes , Income taxes, illegal sales taxes, allowing the Privatization Financial institutions gamble the money away in stocks and bonds and whatever else controls the legal black markets. Pornography (seriously are we really a land of perverts?) it is no wonder sex crimes and perversions rule the Government as well as the land. Need I say anymore? (Add to this list in comments)

What is the Constitution. Do we truly know anymore and are taught it in our Schools as it speaks for itself? Is the Constitution really dead?

If it is, "WE THE PEOPLE" better resurrect it back to its MORAL WAYS and STOP all those in this Nation who practice immorality who are trying to redefine and ruin what many of our American Soldiers from History past who died in battle for these very MORAL rights we still can have today and to expose those who are effortlessly trying to ruin Moral FREEDOM with perversions and destructive behavior as Constitutional which they are most certainly not clearly. STOP IMMORALITY NOW.

“Uprightness and right standing with God (moral and spiritual rectitude in every area and relation) elevate a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people.”- Proverbs 14:34

Richard WHITE (C) 2008 July 2

READ THIS Saddening TRUTH>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

'The Constitution is dead' by Joseph Farah (between the lines)
Posted: June 30, 2008
© 2008

I have just finished reading an eye-opening new book called "Who Killed the Constitution?" by Thomas E. Woods Jr. and Kevin R.C. Gutzman.

It is both sobering and frightening.

The title is not a rhetorical question. The authors provide the answer – in chapter after chapter of horrendous horror stories revealing government abuses of the very document that empowers them.

It should be required reading in every high school and college in America. But, of course, it won't be.

If you want to learn how a government strictly limited in its powers has devolved into a government refrained by little more than what it can get away with, you need to read this book. And while I have little hope it will be embraced by our educational establishment, I have every hope that WND readers will.

I will be writing more about the substance of the historical attacks on the Constitution discussed in this important book in the coming weeks. But, for now, I want to address the authors' alarming conclusion.

It is quite simple: "The Constitution is dead."

You might expect such a book to conclude with an upbeat message about how the oldest and best governing document in the world might be revived.

Instead, the authors leave us with this possibility: "But what if there is no solution? What if the experiment with a written federal constitution has proven to be a failure?"

I had recognized years ago the ways the Constitution had been subverted and undermined intentionally by those in government who sought to increase their own power illegitimately. I wrote about this in my own book, "Taking America Back," in which I offered my own prescription for returning our country to its roots of limited constitutional government.

I'm still faintly optimistic that can happen – if the American people awaken to the reality of how they have been sold down the river, robbed of their heritage of self-government, ripped off of their covenant with liberty.

What I never considered before was the possibility that constitutions that limit power grabs might be destined to fail precisely because of those limitations on something that cannot be limited.

"It is perhaps jarring to consider the possibility that constitutions are destined to fail," the authors write. "After all, we are indoctrinated from early childhood with the idea that the Constitution is the font of our liberties – even though Americans were free before it was written. And it is to the U.S. Constitution that every government official still swears his fidelity. But when we look beyond the grand rhetoric to the actual record, we must confront a troubling conclusion: Once an institution obtains supreme force, it is probably utopian to expect its powers to remain limited over time – especially when the one thing doing the limiting is a document that is interpreted and enforced by the very institution it is supposed to refrain."

So what is left? What do we as a people have for a foundation of liberty? How can we restrain government from rolling over our rights?

The answer from the authors is essentially the same answer I came up with when I began researching my own book: It's really up to the American people.

The Founding Fathers understood the Constitution was only a document capable of serving a people equipped for self-government – meaning a moral people, a people who could distinguish between right and wrong, a people who held themselves accountable not just to the force of government but to a sovereign and almighty God.

Whether we remain such a people is in doubt today.

Whether we can become such a people again is in doubt today.

But whether God calls us to be such a people today is not in doubt.

Read this book.

Awaken to the way our heritage of freedom has been betrayed.

And decide if you are willing to sacrifice – the way our founders sacrificed – to leave your children and grandchildren one nation under God, with liberty and justice for all.

“Uprightness and right standing with God (moral and spiritual rectitude in every area and relation) elevate a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people.”- Proverbs 14:34

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

American Christians shouldn't neglect voting at all, there is no excuse.

Romans 13:1

1LET EVERY person be loyally subject to the governing (civil) authorities. For there is no authority except from God [by His permission, His sanction], and those that exist do so by God's appointment.

It is a wonder to myself that I hear and witness that some American Christian's do not go out and vote and do their civic duties in a society they live in. Some use the excuse that they are not of this world but since God is Sovereign doesn't HE still want you to participate in this society being an ample steward of our society while you are still here to contribute righteousness to society? It seems above in the verse Paul wrote above that this is pretty clear to care for society as a good steward to bring the glory to GOD to society by doing your civic duty. Voting is a privilege and it should be never neglected ever. While we still have this Blessed Freedom to vote, it is amazing to myself that many do not go out and take the time to vote. How vain is that? How can we stop our society from turning into a immorally tolerant abomination of desolation if we do not do our civic duty to at least delay God's wrath so many souls of the elect can be drawn to Christ by our Actions? Those that oppose Christ JESUS are working vainly hard in their immoral campaigns and bringing their flocks to the polls and succeeding their immoral causes. Why? because they go out, raise tons of campaign funds, ads etc. and vote regardless. It is no wonder that immorality has it's foothold in society (hence foot hold see Gen. 3:15) because American Christians are being to prideful to take the time to make a stand for righteousness and vote for righteousness when the time comes. Many Christian's continue in this post modern taught pessimistic world view they hold to and this false view tends to justify their neglect to go to the polls which is Scripturally absurd. We may be not of this world but while we are still in this decaying flesh still living, we must participate in these things to make the fruit of righteousness shine and watch as we do our civic duty God bless the nation that acknowledges HIM in their civic duty which HE approves.

Romans 13:5
Therefore one must be subject, not only to avoid God's wrath and escape punishment, but also as a matter of principle and for the sake of conscience.

Therefore obey the light of your conscience and make a stand Christian for righteousness by being an American citizen since you live here, obeying the Gospel of the law of Christ (see John 17) and please do not neglect your civil duties to vote. You really have no excuse. Scripture is clear by itself.

Tts 3:1 Put them in mind to be subject to principalities and powers, to obey magistrates, to be ready to every good work,.......

Richard White July 1st 2008


Activist: Christians shouldn't neglect voting
Allie Martin - OneNewsNow - 7/1/2008 7:00:00 AM
A Christian activist in Florida says Republican presidential candidate John McCain must do more to court evangelical voters.

Bill Bunkley -- a legislative consultant with the Florida Baptist Convention -- says the election of Republican Charlie Crist as governor, who has moderate views on many issues, has affected presidential politics in the Sunshine State. For example, he believes many McCain supporters are assuming that conservatives in Florida will back the Republican nominee.

"I've been in touch with the McCain campaign," says Bunkley. "They seem to think that we have nowhere to go, that the only alternative is Obama and his running mate...."

But the activist argues that evangelical voters do have a place to go -- and that place is home. He says if McCain does not think Evangelicals are a significant voting bloc, "...[t]hen Florida will be one of those interesting states come election time...." And he claims that the voter turnout will not be there.

However, Bunkley tells Christians that they should not neglect their duty to vote in the upcoming presidential election. He argues his case by stating that even Jesus told his followers to "render unto Caesar what is Caesar's."

"...[M]y personal conviction is, I believe it is a grave sin for any Christian -- especially when we have men and women, right now, on the battlefields of Iraq, Afghanistan, and many other areas of the world maintaining peace -- is absolutely unacceptable for Christians to say they have an option of not voting," he chides.

Bunkley hosts a daily afternoon talk show on WTBN AM in Tampa B.