Posted by Jason on Jan 29, 2013 under

I remember years ago wondering just how long it would be before the forces from within would combine against the U.S. Constitution not in secret (for that has been going on since the Constitution was ratified), but openly.  We are there and it is verifiable.  If we are no longer able to justify laws according to the Constitution and fight against those that are not then the last nail has been driven into the coffin of the republic.  There is a most deadly and evil mixture of conspiring personalities converging against us consisting of progressive communists, power seekers, propagandists and the ignorant masses who serve as the conspirators' "useful idiots" and it appears that they will stop at nothing now.  This has been in motion for generations now with those conspiring against this great nation and all it was founded upon patiently working and waiting--knowing full well that they would not see it come to fruition in their lifetimes, but that it would be accomplished nonetheless.  It is dark, sinister and evil.  Sunshine patriots do not stand a chance at stopping this, only true patriots who are willing to give all that they are and all that they have to the cause of preservation...even unto the laying down of their lives. 

The Great lie we face today is that the Constitution is outdated and that the Founders never foresaw nor imagined the times and conditions in which we would be living in today.  This is NOT true at all, for the nature of evil men has never changed, only the faces they wear.  The wars between freedom and slavery, good and evil have been waged since Adam and Eve first walked upon this Earth and it will continue until Christ returns to rule and reign Himself.  The principles within the Constitution are true and eternal in nature, but they can only be upheld and protected by those who are upright before God, moral and willing to give their all to the cause.  The United States of America is something special and has affixed to it specific blessings and cursings which are dependant upon our obedience to God's commandments...or the lack there of.  Where do you think we are now?  Has this nation turned more towards God or away from Him over the past 80-100 years?  Over the past 10 years?  Think about it and you will see why we are in the situation we are in. 

What will YOU do?  Where is your line in the sand and what are you willing to do to keep it from being crossed?


Here is an example of what I am talking about.  This is the enemy.

CBS Runs Segment Called 'Let's Give Up On The Constitution'

From Georgetown law professor Louis Michael Seidman:

I've got a simple idea: Let's give up on the Constitution. I know, it sounds radical, but it's really not. Constitutional disobedience is as American as apple pie. For example, most of our greatest Presidents -- Jefferson, Lincoln, Wilson, and both Roosevelts -- had doubts about the Constitution, and many of them disobeyed it when it got in their way.

To be clear, I don't think we should give up on everything in the Constitution. The Constitution has many important and inspiring provisions, but we should obey these because they are important and inspiring, not because a bunch of people who are now long-dead favored them two centuries ago. Unfortunately, the Constitution also contains some provisions that are not so inspiring. For example, one allows a presidential candidate who is rejected by a majority of the American people to assume office. Suppose that Barack Obama really wasn't a natural-born citizen. So what? Constitutional obedience has a pernicious impact on our political culture. Take the recent debate about gun control. None of my friends can believe it, but I happen to be skeptical of most forms of gun control. I understand, though, that's not everyone's view, and I'm eager to talk with people who disagree.

But what happens when the issue gets Constitutional-ized? Then we turn the question over to lawyers, and lawyers do with it what lawyers do. So instead of talking about whether gun control makes sense in our country, we talk about what people thought of it two centuries ago. Worse yet, talking about gun control in terms of constitutional obligation needlessly raises the temperature of political discussion. Instead of a question on policy, about which reasonable people can disagree, it becomes a test of one's commitment to our foundational document and, so, to America itself.

This is our country. We live in it, and we have a right to the kind of country we want. We would not allow the French or the United Nations to rule us, and neither should we allow people who died over two centuries ago and knew nothing of our country as it exists today. If we are to take back our own country, we have to start making decisions for ourselves, and stop deferring to an ancient and outdated document.

27 Jan 2013