Chuck Norris writes:
Our founders had a far better solution than government.
And it's probably a good time, during this peak of citizens' frustration (and also being Christendom's Holy Week), to remind Americans that, though our founders initiated our government, they didn't expect it to usher in any form of utopia.
As proud as they were about their republic, their hope was not in government, but in God.
For what? Most of the things that people today often look to government for: life, liberty, happiness, salvation, decency, civility, morality, honesty, restraint, equity of power and future hope, to name a few.
Tragically, government has usurped God's role in our republic and Americans' lives.
But this too will pass. For tyranny under bad, oppressive government is not the birthright of human beings nor the birthright of American citizens.
Reject the slavish rules of Obama and his radicals. Embrace the liberating rules of freedom by which the Founders lived, died, and birthed a republic under God. With the living and verifiable Creator, all things are possible, including resurrections.