Monday, November 29, 2004

Why Liberals Hate God

In the aftermath of the 2004 elections, we have heard a lot about the ‘moral’ voters and the religious right. Throughout the entire thing, we get constant bombardment about how evil these two groups are. Think of it this way, those eleven states that denied same-sex marriages (and I still get irked at that particular oxymoron), the battles against the amendments were based upon protecting the ‘rights’ of homosexuals.

What does that have to do with liberals hating God?

Think of this, where do our rights come from?

Could they come from the individual? Does each individual person determine his own set of rights? No, that concept is utter drivel. Rapists have no intrinsic right to rape. Murders have no intrinsic right to murder. See my point? If rights are generated by the individual then anything anyone does is within their rights. That leads to anarchy and oh so many deprivations up to and including rape and murder (of course NAMBLA would probably love the ability to have a right to pedophilia).

So, they don’t come from the individual could they possibly come from the Government? This is the Liberal’s solution. They want everyone to think that rights are endowed upon the electorate by the government. The problem with this is that it is merely an extension of rights are from the individual. The government, especially ours, is merely an extension of some group of individuals. In a royalty that group is a certain family, in a dictatorship that group is whoever led the revolt, and in our society that group is the majority. Of course the major problem with this concept is that if the government gives us our rights, then the government is allowed to remove our rights

So, since rights do not come from the individual nor do they come from the government where do our rights come from?

For that, why don’t we see what our Founding Fathers had to say about the rights they determined that we have (this is from the Declaration of Independence):

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.

To far away in time, and let us not forget that Mr. Jefferson did not believe in a personal creator. He was a theistic humanist. He believed in God, he just did not believe that God concerned Himself with our welfare. So, let us look at something a little closer, how about President’s Kennedy 1961 inaugural address?

… the belief that the rights of man come not from the generosity of the state, but from the hand of God.

Think about what Mr. Kennedy is saying there. Our rights come, neither from man nor from the state, but they are given to us by God. Of course if our rights are from God, that means they are based upon God’s ideals of right and wrong; immutable and unchangeable. God ordained rights would convey with them responsibilities and certain actions that are right and certain actions that are wrong.

This is why Liberal’s hate God. They want our rights to be given us by the state, for if they are then our rights can be modified on the liberal’s whims. Change the definition of marriage today, change the laws concerning pedophilia tomorrow, all in the name of granting more and more diverse minorities all of their proclaimed rights.

Liberals love the concept of the right without responsibility (though how you can have one without the other confounds me). As such, they have increasing taught this inane and pointless concept of “Separation of Church and State” (a concept that has gained hold in the past 40 years). Through the use of Liberal judges, the ACLU, the MSM and a subtle manipulation of the teaching profession, the concept of God has slowly been dismissed from the public realm.

On everything from teaching that Thanksgiving is a civic holiday to the recent lawsuit by a history teacher because he was denied the use of the Declaration of Independence to teach American History.

We must strive to restore God to the public realm. Replace Him in our history books; teach once again that our Rights come from on high, not from man or man’s governments and restore the concept of religion and government that is actually framed in our Constitution.

Who knows, if we do this,maybe just maybe, we will not have to face any more nonsense about oxymoronic statements such as homosexual marriages.

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