What is the proper role of government?
Our Founders were clear that government was to
reflect the will of the people. It
is the people who give government its authority.
And when elected officials no longer represent the
will of the people, they no longer represent what
our Founders established as a foundational principle
for the formation of our government.
As an elected public official, you will be required
to take an oath to uphold and preserve the
Constitution of the United States. When was the
last-time you took a serious look at the
Constitution? Can you identify one or two areas
where the Constitution is being violated today?
Our Founders pledged their lives and their fortunes
to establish and uphold the Constitution of the
United States. They did not pledge to merely
acknowledge and talk around the Constitution, and to
play “safe” so they could be reelected, with
reelection a primary factor in their
decision-making. We have too many in public office;
whether at the city council level or higher, who
value reelection and preferred parking spaces to
defending the Constitution and representing the will
of the people. Too many public officials who care
more about pleasing money and special interest
groups for reelection than speaking for the nameless
citizens who voted them into office initially.
What are your views about public debt? What is your
opinion of using debt and how it should be
Our Forefathers warned about debt; it should be paid
by the generation that created it! Any public
official who endorses expenditures adding to debt
should be viewed most cautiously and confronted.
What is your view on unalienable rights stated by
Jefferson in the Declaration?
Our Forefathers understood, publicly proclaimed, and
even had their collective beliefs written into our
founding documents that our rights are given by our
Creator, NOT by government. Our inalienable rights
cannot be taken by man without coming under the
judgement of God. Your candidate’s answer to this
critical question will shed light on his/her
philosophy of governing, as well as their principles
Our Constitution was made only for a moral and
religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the
government of any other.
Our Forefathers understood that solutions should be
based on morality and virtue. Our public officials
of the past understood that overruling our founding
documents also meant overruling the Word of God
since the foundation of America was based on
Judeo-Christian principles. To create new laws to
nullify the laws of God and create or encourage a
new morality to nullify the standards our
Forefathers viewed as immutable was to invite an
overall breakdown of what our very foundation and
development as a Nation was. Social Marxism
promotes the shunning of God for the endorsement and
allegiance to the all-powerful State.
WE THE PEOPLE must
begin to confront those seeking public office, and
are now holding the same. We must confront their
beliefs to the aforesaid questions, and continue
standing until the questions are answered. Failure
to ask those seeking elective office is only
promoting the option that this Nation so conceived
will perish from the face of the earth. Mr. Trump
understands this, and decided to leave his
well-earned luxury life for what he is experiencing
now. What are you prepared to give up to maintain