We have been told for years that we should pragmatically accept whoever the Republican party trots out so that they can appoint "conservative" justices. We see where this has landed us time and again.
We are not ruled by those in black robes. At least we shouldn’t be. And the recent decision by Chief Justice Roberts, a Republican nominee, to side with the left on Obamacare, invalidates this argument once and for all. We’ve had a conservative (supposedly) majority for a long time now. Tell me why Roe v. Wade hasn’t been turned around? I could go on, but one thing is clear: the people of this country are no longer in charge in any way shape or form. And I don’t care if Romney is supposedly a conservative. It was HIS health care plan that Obamacare was modeled after. I’m not voting for the lesser of two cultists. Romney is a Mormon. Doesn’t that matter to anyone? I’m going to write in Ron Paul. I hope all of the Paul supporters do the same. I want the Republican establishment that dogged Paul every step of the way to finally understand that it was their lack of support, or even respect, for Ron Paul threw the election to Obama. I hope those neoconservative statists have to sulk about it for the next 4 years. But no matter what, I’m going to vote my conscience. Or I may not vote at all. But I certainly have no respect for the spin masters in the Republican party who suppose that they can just continue to shove their silver spoons down our throats. The young people of this country are going to eventually be the majority. If we can survive without martial law being declared in the meantime, liberty will eventually come back to America. But it won’t be because a RINO like Romney appointed some centrist judges.
It will only be because the people finally broke out of their stupor and realized what was being done to them first though the public education system, then through the corporatist feudal system. Americans will realize that the war on drugs was nothing but a farce to populate the corrupt private prison system. Americans will finally realize that fluoride in the water was meant to be a neurological deterrent to dissent and a dumping ground for manufacturing waste. Americans will finally realize that the corrupt health care system never cared about keeping people well, but keeping people sick so that the medical apparatus and pharmaceutical industry could continue to profit.
Finally, Americans are going to come back to their senses and realize that there can be no law without God’s law. There can be no ethics without an ultimate arbitrator that sits outside of mankind. They will realize their own inability to govern themselves without the voluntary disciplining influence of Christ.
Until then, I am only one voice among millions who is choosing to vote his conscience instead of what is politically expedient. True Godly character has to become the ethos once again. We must replace this detestable pragmatism that has been enshrined in the last 5 to 10 decades. We must become again one nation, spiritually homogenous, under God, under Christ, and declare as our forbearers did, “No King, but King Jesus!” “No King, but King Jesus!!”*
*On April 18, 1775 John Adams and John Hancock were at the home of Rev. Jonas Clarke, a Lexington pastor and militia leader. That same night Paul Revere arrived to warn them of the approaching Redcoats. The next morning British Major Pitcairn shouted to an assembled regiment of Minutemen; "Disperse, ye villains, lay down your arms in the name of George the Sovereign King of England." The immediate response of Rev. Jonas Clarke or one of his company was:
"We recognize no Sovereign but God and no King but Jesus."
In this crucial hour of our nation’s history it is past time that the true saints of God give total allegiance to the Kingship of our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. The crisis of the ages demands that we renew the historic battle-cry of our Christian Forefathers –
"WE HAVE NO KING BUT KING JESUS!"
"It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the gospel of Jesus Christ!" Patrick Henry