I attended the Spring PATCON in Tarboro this year which resulted in a personal epiphany.
A question was posed to the audience: how many people believed there was a political solution to our nation’s problems? Not only did no one believe that there was a political solution, half of the people broke out in laughter. Although I had no doubt before this that there was no hope for the government, I could always pray that I was wrong. The epiphany was simple: I was not alone or even in a minority in my logic. I will always remember that day as being the day that I knew in my heart that the country was over. We were no longer free, the rule of law was not in effect and tyranny had replaced the Republic.
Flash forward to today. In a short nine week span of time, the people have been betrayed by Congress (trade legislation), the Supreme Court (gay marriage and SCOTUScare) and the pResident has divided the country using race, gun control and homosexuality.
These actions have shown the American people that the government has been usurped. I do not have to solicit people’s reactions to current events: everyone is discussing the state of the government. I do not even respond to their conversations. I just listen to people who are having their own epiphanies. What will happen as this number increases to the point that III% will take action?
No one can argue effectively that the Constitution is still in effect. A Supreme Court justice has told us that the Constitution is not valid. Will you accept the loss of two of your first amendment rights to a homosexual agenda? Will you accept your church sermons regulated by the state? Will you watch your son or daughter become purple penguins? Will you submit or resist?