Saturday, December 16, 2006

IN GOD WE TRUST! Well, Most of Us Do!

(This Post First Ran in November of 2005!)

Editor's note: With the annual "War on Christmas", "War for Christmas", and the "Christmas Wars" in full swing, I thought it might be a good time to post this piece again! Merry Christmas!


IN GOD WE TRUST! Well, Most of Us Do!

The atheists are at it again. Not satisfied with their status as miserable lost souls themselves, they apparently want to make very other American miserable as well.

“Under God” must come out of our Pledge of Allegiance. Well, the 9th Circus Court agreed with that. Now the Supreme Court must decide. Frankly, I wouldn’t place a bet, either way, on how the Supreme Court will decide on this issue.

Now, the atheists are after the nations motto, you know, the one on our money, “In God We Trust”.

Now, I’m not going to bore you with claims that this is a Christian country founded upon the scriptural dictates of the bible and it was founded as a nation where people of all faiths could come and enjoy freedom to practice their chosen religion. All of that is true. It can easily be documented from the Mayflower Compact right on down to today.

But you see, here is the problem I have. It’s called revisionist history. Simply put, it is people rewriting history to suit their own ends. It doesn’t matter that what they write isn’t the truth. The truth hardly matters any more. What matters to them is getting their way… and they will do whatever it takes to accomplish their ends.

The revision of our history is a cancer eating away at the insides of the US. The Politically Correct crowd (Read Marxist Crowd) has been the biggest culprit, so far. Up to now, that is. Now, we have the Atheists lending a hand.

Even a city’s logo, which symbolizes the City of Los Cruses, New Mexico, is being challenged because it has the stylized drawing of three crosses on it. It is a correct depiction of the name of the city “Los Cruses”, which means, in English, “the crosses”.

Now, I’m past being angry with this movement among the nations unreligious to force their views upon the majority of the people of this nation. I’m ready to strike back. Un-Christian of me, you say? Well, so be it! I’m not a very good Christian anyway. The good Lord and I are working on that. In the meantime, I urge the people of faith, in the US, to rise up and ensure the efforts of this weird minority of hopeless, pitiful, people are set back on their heels and forced to retreat into the deep, dark, shadows from which they came.

I’m all for protecting Minority Rights…but NOT at the expense of Majority Rights.

The majority of the people of the United States are people of faith. They are the people who drive this great country.

As much as I hate to say this, we may find that we have to amend our constitution to restrict the practice of certain religions in this country in order to preserve that freedom for everyone else. Not a pleasant solution is it? But realistic, I’m afraid.

At some point in the not too distant future, the religious people of this country are going to say enough and they will insist that measures be taken to stop those who would rip, and tear, at the very fabric of a nation founded on the Judeo-Christian faith.

As crazy as it sounds, it is coming.


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