We, whose names are underwritten, the Loyal Subjects of our dread Sovereign Lord King James, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, & having undertaken for the Glory of God, and Advancement of the Christian Faith, and the Honour of our King and Country, a Voyage to plant the first Colony in the northern Parts of Virginia...
America was founded, settled, and created by Christians. The purpose from the very beginning was to spread Christianity. And although that might not be "politically correct" it is certainly historically correct. Despite what the revisionists have been able to fill our public schools with and the liberal media has been able to distort and waterdown, the DNA of America is a recognition of God as our source, strength, and sustainer. While some insist on pointing out the faults of our founding father's, raising doubts of their religious convictions and moral fortitude, our Godly heratige began long before they cemented it into our constitution. America's committment to God and the Christian faith was the driving force leading them and a large portion of Americans to seek independance.
As we look around our country today, it's hard to see that same committment. Each year in the U.S.A., approximately 1.3 million babies are murdered by abortionists while Moose in Alaska and snails in California are protected through legal actions. Displaying the Ten Commandments or anything that remotely endorses Christianity is challenged as unconstitutional by the ACLU but promoting promiscuity, homosexuality, adultry, and Christian bashing, is deemed as entertainment by the Hollywood elite. Use the name of Jesus in a public prayer and you run the risk of being sued, record a CD filled with foul and violent lanquage and you're called a rapper and paid big bucks.
We need to get back to the basics. We need to get back to recognizing our need for God. I'm not suggesting that we all carry Bibles around and pound someone over the head any time they do something we don't think is right. Nor am I suggesting we all believe the same way. Our constitution guaranteed freedom of religion which means you can believe or not believe. What I'm saying is that we as county must look to God for our success, not our government. We need to elect people into office who value life over power, right over need, and God over everything.
This is the only way to save your country. It's up to you and me. We still have the power to choose our leaders and fire the ones that are not doing what we are paying them to do. If we elect people who don't value what we value, we are subject to their ideas and policies. In a sense our votes are viewed as an acceptance of the positions held by the persons we put into office. This is your country and you can save it if you vote the Bible, vote God, vote conservative.