According to our Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, our Founding Fathers, and the Framers of the Constitution they come from God and are unalienable or inalienable. However, according to the Leftist, Democrats, Media Voices, and Elitist that view is asinine, wrong, and ignorant. To them all rights come from Government and Government is, in many respects, their god.
Chuck Todd of MSNBC demonstrated his ignorance of the Constitution and his belief that Government is the source of everything. After Judge Roy Moore won the primary in Alabama, Mr. Todd sought to cause hysteria and said, “Roy Moore! He’s not only a conservative…he’s a CHRISTIAN conservative who ‘doesn’t believe in the Constitution.” Why did Mr. Todd say that? Because Judge Moore said, “Our rights don’t come from government, they come from the Bill of Rights. They come from God.” Imagine that! How refreshing that a politician would actually know, understand, and stand for the Constitution. Mr. Todd was so disturbed by that statement he was almost inconsolable and accused Judge Moore of not believing in the Constitution.
What did the Framers and Founders say on the matter of rights and where they come from? Mr. Todd, if you were to read the documents and read the writings of our Founders you would find that Judge Moore was right. Our Constitution and Founding Documents, as well as our Founders and the Framers writings, clearly state that the basis of our Constitution and our Rights come directly from God Himself. If you are an atheist, I’m sure that disturbs you that those men would assert that but it is there in plain English. Government is not and will never be God although the proponents of Big Government make it their god.
The Declaration of Independence lays out the concept in unmistakable terms. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.” Imagine that! The Founders and Framers literally wrote that our Rights come DIRECTLY FROM GOD and stated that because of that point alone, governments are instituted among men.
Mr. Todd, Senator Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff, Senator Warren, Senator Sanders, etc. the Government, does not give us those rights. Government is not the provider of rights and is not the source of our economic prosperity. Government was, according to our Founders and Framers, to be LIMITED in scope, size, and power. I’m sure that Mr. Todd and the Leftist consider our Framers and the Founders as a gathering of dangerous, frightening Christian fundamentalist to be wary of. I’m sure that, in their view, that makes the Constitution invalid and is the basis upon which they insist it is a Living Documents constantly evolving to accommodate whatever ideological view the Leftist advance. The Left cannot accept rights as coming from God for to do so would limit their power and give a basis for LIMITED GOVERNMENT.
Judge Roy Moore and people like him are a threat to them because those politicians believe what the Framers and Founders expressed in our Constitution and their writings. Judge Moore, believes that WE THE PEOPLE are the true owners of government, not vice versa. He believes in LIMITED GOVERNMENT which is anathema to the Leftist. He is not a fan of the Welfare State and his political views are consistent with someone who wants to “Drain the Swamp” and “Dismantle the Deep State”. Because he is a Christian and a Conservative he is a dire threat to the Leftist such as Chuck Todd and the Democrats in Washington, DC. However, he is exactly the type politician that we need in Washington if we are going to return to being the Constitutional Republic our Founders and Framers gave us. Judge Moore’s win in Alabama over the Establishment candidate and the millions infused into the race by Mitch McConnel and his cohorts is a breath of fresh air and gives me reason to hope.
I continue to believe that the average American who works for a living, believes in strong families, and loves liberty believes much, if not most, of what Judge Roy Moore believes. His win in the primary can and should inspire more people who are truly constitutional and conservative to throw their hats in the ring and give the voters the opportunity to clean house on the elitist politicians who are not following the Constitution or honoring the desires of the voters. That may be fantasy, but it is a growing hope in my heart and I hope in yours as well.
God bless you and God bless America!