After completely unfounded claims last week that government has right to seize our land and give it to another private individual in name of higher tax receipts, I suppose I am not shocked to hear that Supreme Court has ruled that it is wrong to display 10 commandments within a courthouse. That doesn’t mean that I accept it however. In fact it is imperative for all Americans that they understand how heinous this ruling is and how it continues to propagate an erosion of basic foundations of our Republic.
Despite ramblings from lunatics that would proclaim that God and even more broad concepts of religion have no place within our government all good Americans must stand up and fight against this blatant usurpation of power from people by tyrants of court. It is time that Americans learn truth. And truth is that this charade perpetrated today is an effort by those that do not respect this nation to destroy it from within. This act is of treason against United States, and I will call it such and say so proudly. For these Justices of our Supreme Court namely Stevens, Breyer, Ginsburg and Souter along with various accomplices in either Justices Kennedy or O’connor have rewritten Constitution twice in less than a week and must be held accountable for their actions.
The proper action is to impeach these judges; every last one of them. For some those words may seem harsh. But I have a very important ally in my beliefs and his name is General and President George Washington.
Despite claims of those who seek destruction of America and their accomplices on court about how government even mentioning God constitutes an “establishment” of religion we see that our first President did not agree. In fact he tells us, specifically what our duty as Americans is. Specifically he said that it was to recognize Almighty God. And not only did he say this, but BOTH houses of Congress agreed. Here are complete words of his address declaring first national day of Thanksgiving:
“Whereas it is duty of all nations to acknowledge Providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and favor, and whereas both Houses of Congress have by their joint committee requested me to commend to people of United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts many signal favors of Almighty God, especially by affording them an opportunity peaceably to establish a form of government for their safety and happiness, now therefore I do recommend and assign Thursday 26th day of November next, to be devoted to service of that great and glorious Being, Who is beneficent Author of all good that was, that is, or will be.” (October 3, 1789)
It is inconceivable that with this plain and clear language that anyone except those so desirous of absolute power over people could even attempt to argue against language. It shows in my opinion how bold enemies of this nation have become.
It is completely without merit to argue that on above date in 1789 those who were alive when Constitution was written and who supported it did not understand fully that what they were doing was in accordance with Constitution and first amendment. And because it is inconceivable that they did not know words many of them helped to pen we must believe that what they did which was to fully and wholly endorse a government sanctioned display of religion that such a display is fully and wholly within intent of founders and Constitution.
But President Washington was not done talking about religion, God and America and how they were intertwined. He went on to talk about such topics in his farewell address as well. He said:
“The name of American, which belongs to you in your national capacity, must always exalt just pride of patriotism more than any appellation derived from local discriminations. With slight shades of difference, you have same religion, manners, habits, and political principles. You have in a common cause fought and triumphed together. The independence and liberty you possess are work of joint councils and joint efforts, of common dangers, sufferings, and successes.” (George Washington's Farewell Address)
Yes, that’s right. With “slight shades of differences” we indeed do all have same religion for most part save those seeking to impose their irreligious beliefs upon Americans by striking any reference to God or religion they do not find acceptable from our public lives. Even our first President was smart enough to see this was not intent of Constitution. So what is so wrong with public displays of religion again?
At best irreligious can only produce a clause by Thomas Jefferson citing “a wall of separation between Church & State” But what they do not speak of is what that phrase was in reference to. The reference was towards only that Baptists were concerned that first Amendment did not significantly protect religious establishments from interference of government. Again, it is same message that has been used to properly define “establishment” clause time and again and that is that government is prohibited from physically controlling a church. It was not in reference to government recognizing its religious roots.