As the debates over same-sex marriage and the illegal-immigration of Mexicans are visible as lead distractions, there is something troubling that intertwine these issues that’s going unbeknownst to most of the American populace. From the man who was to be crowned U.S president promised “to fundamentally transform this nation [America]”, things appear to be proceeding to that end.
A couple of things have caught my eye that by themselves may seem innocuous, but combined not so much. A recent Rasmussen Poll shows that only 35% of likely U. S voters believe that the nation is going the right direction. A Pew Research Survey reports that incredibly 30% of American adults under 30 years of age now identify themselves as having no religious affiliation – In the last five years alone, there has been an increase from aprox. 15% to 20% of all adults. And in 2009 in the Muslim nation of Turkey Mr. Obama proclaimed, as the President of the United States and the representative of the people of America, that, “We [Americans] do not consider ourselves a Christian nation.” Really? Isn’t that something inappropriate for a U.S president to say while on foreign soil? Or is it just me?
What these three indicators detail is bubbling crisis that is threatening our nation’s fundamental social structure – our basis of belief, values, and identity. While the majority of us clearly recognize that there is something very wrong with the country, we feel powerless to do anything about it. Too many of us have become helpless spectators to the most significant dismantling of an empire since Ancient Rome. And in so doing have left the most vulnerable amongst us to the whims of the tide of political and social disorder – the nation’s next generation.
It is said that the greatest trick of the Devil was to make others believe that God never existed. Would the day come when Americans showing no evidence of the existence of God or morality in their lives, or do not reflect the existence and relevance of the founding documents such as the Constitution in their lives be even more remarkable and stunning? I would say yes! And would too say that the He is getting ready to take a bow.
When you have reports of an actual “ex” anti-American terrorist, Bill Ayers, who has actually been allowed to teach as an Illinois State College Professor before thousands of American students, who is a long-time friend and mentor of Mr. Obama, unabashedly boasts before a crowd that its good that America is on the decline; that the federal government’s regulation and management over the lives of it’s citizens and Americans are at unprecedented levels; and read repeated stories of the increasing disengagement and apathy of many of Americans, in particular the youth, in the affairs of politics and the workings of the government you would have say WTF?. It is as though someone has spike the air over our nation to cause the incremental dismantling of the nation’s foundations of religious principles, family values, and the strong sense of self-responsibility and self-governance not directly by any foreign force, but by our very own hands.
There is a silent battle for the minds of the young of America in the government schools and through the Media. The evidence is in full view even for the most passive observer. It didn’t just began with Mr. O’s claim to “Fundamentally transform America” on the eve of his first election. And it is not just about transforming our economic system, or even our political system, but transforming what we believe in – pride in our history, our traditions, or culture, or belief system – that which makes us what we are.
At a time in which the U.S government is in more than $16 Trillion in debt, is spending more than a Trillion more than in brings in annually, and the Federal Reserve is printing out more than $200 Billion daily, thus further weakening America, Mr. Obama appears to have no serious will or desire to work to correct these critical issues. But, what he has sought is to be the flag bearer and point man with all the vigor and fortitude of General Sherman through Georgia to create the notion of “free” healthcare, bring homo-sexuality statutorily on par with heterosexuality, diminish or destroy the traditional American principle of personal responsibility and Christian foundation, and the make America unexceptional.
Irregardless of what Mr. O says, the fruits that his actions and governance has brought forth and ignited upon this once great nation an era of unprecedented government dependence and lack of self-governance, severe resistance to fundamental Christian and American traditions, and the quickening of America’s long-term domestic and international economic value of which may not be quickly, if ever, reversed.
What Mr. O has undoubtedly realized and has come to understand, just as other past historical observers of America, is that America is not great because of our great military, our even financial institutions, but our moral foundation, our Constitutional governance, and our social infrastructure, i.e., our family moral values, that makes us exceptional as a nation of people. We our morphing into a nation of no societal absolutes, where any action is just simply based on how it makes us feel. Matters of ethics and right or wrong are irrelevant. Where 200 plus years of history as a nation which has withstood the test of time and prospered beyond imagination, stubbornly grounded in Judo-Christian principles, has been the shiny light on the hill welcoming nation-people from all over to be free, stood as a nation of laws not men, and believing that one should be able to work hard for what he wants and desire with limited interference from government, is now to be considered to be passé’?.
There is a new norm developing where traditional American moral and social scales are said to be not only wrong, but unjust and almost criminal. But, it is and has always been our nation’s grounded morality that has given us providence. Have we floundered at times? Of course just as all nations of Man. As we shall do so again. But in all of the nations today, what of them would not want to change places given not of decrepit current state, but of our underused and unrealized promise of liberty for all that is the foundation of our nation’s existence?
As for the question of if we are a Christian nation, I say this, in all of my readings of America’s founding I can see nothing speaking to anything but Christianity and “Divine Providence”. I see no mention of Buddha, Mohammed, Judaism, or any other Prophet or religion as a guiding principle. When I read the Constitution and Declaration of Independence I see no other religion basis other than that of Christendom. And when I visited our nation’s capital all I see are references to the Judo-Christian theology as our nation’s guiding moral principles. So if it not Christendom that we as a nation are to use as our basis, than what? Why are we to say that having a stern moral and religious compass is no longer relevant or extreme?
Just as a few great people of our past have taken accounting of the extreme importance of a stern moral grounding such as the nation’s first President George Washington said, “Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. In vain would that man claim the tribute of patriotism who should labor to subvert these great pillars of human happiness, these firmest prop of the duties of men and citizens. The mere politician, equally with the pious man, ought to respect and to cherish them. A volume could not trace all their connections with private and public felicity. Let it simply be asked: Where is the security for property, for reputation, for life, if the sense of religious obligation desert the oaths which are the instruments of investigation in courts of justice? And let us with caution indulge in the supposition that morality can be maintained without religion. Whatever may be conceded to the influence of refined education on minds of peculiar structure, reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle… Observe good faith and justice toward all nations. Cultivate peace and harmony with all. Religion and morality enjoin this conduct; and can it be that good policy does not equally enjoin it?” and as Douglas MacArthur said prophetically, “History fails to record a single precedent in which nations subject to moral decay have not passed into political and economic decline. There has been either a spiritual awakening to overcome the moral lapse, or a progressive deterioration leading to ultimate national disaster.”
Our nation’s history is still being written by us. We can have it tell of how a nation rose to great economic heights by Divine Providence to crash as one with no moral societal absolutes. We can choose to have it tell of how the oldest and only Constitution that distinctly recognizes Divine authority and governance proclaiming that all men are to have their right to their life, their liberties, and their pursuit of happiness is now irrelevant and immaterial. We can choose to have it tell of how we were passive witnesses to the destruction of the greatest experiment of human self-governance or of its rebirth. It matters not what Man is called president, Governor, or Senator, the choice is ours – people of America.
Though the Establishment Media seems to be all to eager and willing to dive head on into the past of the Republican Candidates such as, Herman Cain’s over 15 year old conduct toward a woman or two, what possible ethical charge that was made against Newt Gingrich he was Speaker of the U.S House of Representatives in the 1990’s, or even what likely Republican Nominee Mick Romney did when he was a young teen, they are mum and seem grossly disinterested and unenthused when it comes to asking comparatively piercing questions of the man who has been the most unvetted and least publicly known individual to be president of the United States and seeks another four year term-Mr. Barack Obama.
Here are just a few taboo questions never to be asked of Obama:
- During his radio interview in Chicago in 2001 you stated that the U.S Constitution is a “document of negative laws”. Do you still fill that way?
- During that same interview, you stated, “that the Supreme Court missed the opportunity to greatly restructure the country socially”. Is that your opinion today? What do you think that the Court misses today?
- On the eve of your election in 2010 us said at rally that you were going to “fundamentally change the United States of America.” What exactly did you mean? What is that you see is fundamentally wrong with this nation?
- During the debate over “Cap and Trade” you stated in a interview that under your proposal “energy cost in America would necessarily increase.” With your actions regarding energy involving virtually eliminating American oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico and other government controlled areas, the imposition of restrictive regulations on the coal industry, at a time that it has been widely reported that this nation has generations worth of natural gas, oil, and coal, do you truly favor high energy cost as a way to push Americans towards “alternative” energy choices, such as solar and wind? If so, do you truly look for this nation to stay energy competitive while other nations such as Communist China, Brazil and Russia are rushing to develop oil and natural gas sources all around the world?
- In your book, “The Dreams of My Father”, you stated that while as a young man you were drawn to communist and Marxist ideology and persuasions. Has that position change? And if it has, when did it and how so?
- You had two fathers, one from Kenya and the other from Indonesia. Both of them had anti-western philosophies. Coupled with the fact that you never actually step foot on the American mainland till you enter college, how has their beliefs influence your view of America and the west?
- Many view your economic posture as Keynesian, in that you see massive government and high government spending as good for the nation even in times of unprecedented economic depression. Can you name a country or time that such a economic philosophy has been prosperous for a nation?
- Is it true that you declared yourself as a foreigner when applying to Occidental College?
- How could spend 20+ yrs in Rev. Wright’s church and visit his home on a regular basis and yet honestly claim that you weren’t aware of his extreme views regarding America and race?
- What is your relationship with Bill Ayers, the man who once sought the destruction of America and whose home you kicked off your presidential campaign?
It is not frivolous to ask such questions of a man who is now President of the United States and who seeks four more years unrestrained by having to seek the blessing of the voters for another term thereafter. Nor more than it is to ask similar questions of those who seek the such a high position for the first time. It is most criminal a dereliction of duty of the Media, and the American people therefore, not to. The real question is why is the Media doing its best not to ask these such crucial questions.