Vice Presidential Nominee,
"If man is not governed by God, he will be ruled by tyrants."
-- William Penn
Whenever a Republican expresses his displeasure with Mitt Romney, and acknowledges that Romney is a liberal who does not represent the conservative base of the Republican Party, but then goes on to argue that we must vote for him anyway, then what has he admitted but that compromised conservatives are under the tyrannical power of a dictatorial GOP? After all, what is tyranny if not an external compulsion to lend our consent and aid to those who oppose our most cherished beliefs?
And what has led us under the heel of this tyrant-party? It has been our willingness to compromise our principles, our failure to remember that our efforts and our nation cannot be blessed but by adherence to the Laws of the Great Disposer of Nations, and our refusal to abide by His unwavering standards as they apply to our political decisions. We have broken free of the dictates of conscience, only to find ourselves in subjection to the edicts of the Republican Party. “Know ye not, that to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are to whom ye obey?” But by the grace of God, the choice of masters lies yet before us. It is not too late to reject the tyrants, and determine to vote for principle. The decision is still ours: "If man is not governed by God, he will be ruled by tyrants."
Dial in to talk to
Tom Hoefling on Government:
"Just as 'good fences make for good neighbors,' good government is mainly about knowing where the legitimate boundaries are, and having the courage to defend those borders forcefully. This is true in terms of the defense of our territory, our security, and our national sovereignty, but it also applies to the sworn duty of all of those in government to equally protect the God-given, unalienable rights of each individual person, from their creation onward, their sacred obligation to stay well within the enumerated powers of our constitutions, and of the role legitimate government must play in balancing the competing rights and interests of the people, in order to establish justice."