The Occupant’s rant against freedom
According to the occupant of the Oval Office, the reason his initiatives on amnesty for illegal aliens, taxes for climate change, health care, and school children are failing is the two-party system. The “president” wants hegemony–complete supremacy–over the political process. At a May 22 fundraiser in Chicago, he focused on blaming Republicans for the gridlock and failure for his presidency to get things done, yet the underlying theme of his remarks was more about a one-party political system where his “reasonable” proposals “from the left” can be passed, funded, and implemented without question. His philosophical position on government is no less than anti-American.
When The Daily Jot covers topics such as rights to privacy, free speech, religious freedom, and government becoming as God, many people just hit the unsubscribe button. They don’t want to hear it; don’t believe it; don’t want to deal with it. Unfortunately, all too often many Christian Americans seem to minimize the impact of government in their lives, saying we are of a heavenly government and we should not be involved in such nationalistic efforts. Citizenship in the kingdom of God and in the United States of America, however, is not mutually exclusive. That is, it is not “either-or.” If citizens of the kingdom of God were demonstrating proper citizenship, the nation would have Godly leaders and good government.
Because the vast majority in this country who claim to be Christian have not exercised good citizenship in the kingdom of God, we have a president elected largely by the ungodly, and he behaves as such. He told the fundraiser in Chicago: “So the problem … is not that the Democrats are overly ideological-because the truth of the matter is, is that the Democrats in Congress have consistently been willing to compromise and reach out to the other side. There are no radical proposals coming out from the left.” He said, “What’s broken right now is a Republican Party that repeatedly says no to proven, time-tested strategies to grow the economy, create more jobs, ensure fairness, open up opportunity to all people.”
This president philosophically subscribes to the Islamic Marxist form of government. It is evident in his rhetoric and his actions. This is not only anti-American, it is anti-God. We as Christian Americans must decide whether it is worth it to us to keep our nation or allow it to fall into darkness. There is this tipping point where it is up to the people to determine how they will live. Self determination is by the hand of God. There are those out there, the president and his disciples, who want to determine your life for you. As Joshua said in Joshua 24:15, “Choose you this day whom ye will serve…but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” God is a God of Freedom, but if he wants it for us more than we do, then he will surely honor our choice. Another way to put it: do you choose God or government imitating God?