A year and a
half ago or maybe a little longer, the Tea Party emerged as a group of
individuals asking, “How did we get here?” What many of us didn’t know, was where the answer to that
question would take us.
We knew the
government was spending money like a drunken sailor, no offense to drunken
sailors. We suspected spending of
the nature we were witnessing was unsustainable, but we had no idea of the
diabolical nature of it.
What started as
a movement to slow the growth of government and the spending of our tax
dollars, has metamorphisized into something so much more. What has come about is a movement that
discovered the root cause of all bad government. What is happening now, is the movement is discovering what
must now take place to ensure this enemy never takes hold of the country again,
neutralize its power base and begin restoring the damage done by Progressivism.
Keep in mind
that the goal of Progressivism for the last 100 years has been threefold. First, rewrite history in a way that
Americans either know little to nothing about the Founding Fathers or what they
do know, is false. Secondly,
disconnect America from the Constitution by teaching case law and passing
legislation that is ambiguous and unconstitutional and held up when challenged
in the courts. Finally, push God
out of the public sector. What
Progressives have known all along, is that you can’t have a discussion about
the Founders without discussing their faith. You can’t have a discussion about the Constitution without
discussing the Founders and therefore their faith. And the bottom line is, Progressives cannot afford to have a
discussion about God, the Creator or Divine Providence because He takes away
their power of being the ones to give and take away rights.
Starting with the
Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, you can’t help but begin
reading the words of the men who penned both documents. There it begins. Their words seem limitless as to the
role that their faith played in their lives. The role that God played in their lives and the influence
God had on them at the time of the founding. You simply cannot ignore the faith of the Founders as
described by the Founders themselves and in reading their words, Americans have
begun to question the role of faith in their own lives and the role of faith
within the political realm.
We are nowhere
near a national revival, but we are in a place that Progressives absolutely
have tried to avoid: a spiritual
awakening. This couldn’t be
more needed or at a better time.
around the country are now facing a unique crossroads within their own
groups. The members are beginning
to question the role of the Tea Party within its unofficial agenda. What many people thought the Tea Party
was only about, fiscal issues, are now beginning to question why wouldn’t the
Tea Party also get involved with the social issue. Understandably, since the Founders knew for the Republic to
survive, its people had to be virtuous, elect virtuous leaders and maintain
accountability based on the values and principles that were derived from the
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