If I was just another run-of-the-mill politician I would tell you that the law is whatever we want it to be.
If I was just another run-of-the-mill politician I would tell you that it's just fine to keep trying to regulate the mass murder that's taking place every day in the nation's abortion "clinics."
If I was just another run-of-the-mill politician I would tell you that marriage is whatever we decide that it is, and that judges get to make our laws, set our public policies, change the simple meanings of words, pretend that "up" is down, and "down" is up, and completely ignore the supreme law of our land, the Constitution of the United States.
If I was just another run-of-the-mill politician I would, for my own political aggrandizement, completely ignore the fact that within a decade the unconstitutional socialist Ponzi schemes of the New Deal and the Great Society, and the interest on the debts run up by a generation of corrupt politicians, are going to consume the entire federal budget, with nothing left over for anything else.
But I'm not just another run-of-the-mill politician.
The law - to be true law, to be just law - must be premised in the laws of nature and nature's God.
The abortion holocaust must come to an end. Equal protection for all must be reestablished.
Marriage is what marriage is, exactly the way God created, defined, and instituted it.
Judges are not our rulers.
If we don't immediately deal like sober adults with the things I've listed above, and with the out-of-control unconstitutional spending of those we elect, within a decade it will be too late to stop the inevitable destruction that is coming.
This is stark reality.
U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf:
"According to the Congressional Budget Office’s long-term estimate, every penny of the federal budget will go to interest on the debt and entitlement spending by 2025, That means no money for national defense. No money for homeland security. No money to fix the nation’s crumbling bridges and roads...,"