This election cycle has awakened us to the prospect of losing America. We are just a few weeks away from the possibility of changing and transforming the USA (United States of America) into the USSA (United Socialist States of America).
What I sense from listening and watching the pundits and the people around the country is that we are a divided nation, much like we were in 1860’s. Back then though, God blessed us with a leader who understood the meaning of the Constitution, and Liberty for All. He stood firm to keep the States united in spite of popular opinion in one part of the country. He understood that all men must be free, not just the privileged. He fixed the hard problem of freeing slaves; a problem the Founders kept in order to create the greater good, i.e. the United States.
Today, we face a leader who doesn’t believe that all Men are created equal, “that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.” (The Declaration of Independence.) President Obama believes rights to be a notion and not an unalienable right from God.
Obama adds one more right into this mix, i.e. the right to an equal outcome.
There are absolutely no references of any kind within the Declaration of Independence that point at “equal outcomes” Those words come instead from the manifesto of Karl Marx. Equal outcomes are at the expense of unequal rights, and that puts equal outcomes in direct contradiction to the Declaration of Independence, because God gave us unalienable rights to Liberty and to Pursue Happiness. Of course if you are a Godless person, this is hard to accept.
I believe God is awakening America to the scourge of Progressivism, but we have a long way to go to hear Him. In the meantime we must pray the entire country sees the light soon.
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