How I Arrived at my Verdict of “Lawless”

How I Reached My Verdict of “Lawless”

I began my research thinking it was probably crazy to think that Hawaii officials would mislead the whole nation about Obama’s documentation, and that I would just ask them so I could be sure – fully expecting that they would give reasonable answers and I could go on my merry way raising my 4 children. But the more I dealt with the Hawaii officials, the more I realized that something was seriously wrong. I had seen their specific pattern of behavior before – when my children were caught holding forbidden candy in their hands and refused to open their hands to show me what they had. The more tightly they held their fists, the more openly they lied, the more they both hid AND broke the rules and laws…. the more I knew that the Hawaii government is at the center of this controversy. The story ceased to be about Obama and began to be about the integrity of the government bureaucracy.

As I presented my evidence to both media and law enforcement personnel at all levels, requesting an investigation but getting no response at all, I realized that what we have experienced is the utter and complete failure of all the systems intended to establish the rule of law and protect America from corruption and crime. The government bureaucracy, media, law enforcement, Congress, and courts have all failed to obey the laws and hold others accountable to the laws as well. We have no rule of law. Everything I’ve seen since that first realization affirms that view – from Congress having to pass a law in order to find out what’s in it, to the Department of Justice suing Arizona to make sure she can’t defend her own borders from barbaric drug cartels and Hezbollah operatives sneaking in through our soft underbelly – when the DOJ refuses to do its Constitutional duty and protect the borders of the nation and its states.

What we have is a Toyota/Prius government. We keep pressing harder and harder on the brakes to try to establish some control – some adherence to the rule of law – and instead of slowing down it accelerates out of control towards a precipice from which there is no return. The level of lawlessness within our government, media, law enforcement, Congress, and courts is unsustainable. Either we stop this train wreck now, or my 4 precious children can kiss good-bye the hopes and dreams their education is supposed to be preparing them for.

I will not let that happen. Not without a fight. I care about this issue because I care about my kids and their future. I ache for the brutality that kids all over the world are facing right now – from Mexico where lawless drug cartels are sewing faces onto soccer balls, to the Islamist world where 11-year-old girls are stoned to death for being raped by their 40-year-old male cousins. If we ever fully surrender this nation to lawlessness it won’t be somebody else’s kids half a world away who face these atrocities; it will be ours.

This has nothing to do with race.

“Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world. Red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in His sight. Jesus loves the little children of the world.” It is His desire that not one of them be harmed. It is love for ALL children that compels me to fight for the rule of law.

Those who believe that fighting lawlessness means fighting a particular race are the worst racists of all, because they’ve written off a particular race as incapable of living within the laws.

This has nothing to do with partisanship.

Those who believe that fighting lawlessness is a political agenda don’t grasp the foundational principle that has made the USA strong – the understanding that human nature makes us all vulnerable to corruption when there is no accountability, and thus accountability is the essential ingredient to good and lasting government. When the people are able to hold their government accountable in a REAL and EVER-PRESENT way BETWEEN ELECTIONS, corruption is held at bay and the nation is governed by LAW, not by the whims of corrupt PERSONS.

It is imperative that we pass state laws which require measures to insure that the Constitution is followed and the people are able to hold government accountable. A sample bill is here. The rationale for the measures in the bill is here. An explanation for why this issue should be a priority right now is here .

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2 Comments

  1. rhcrest
    Posted February 15, 2011 at 2:18 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Good for you!I am a mom as well and that is EXACTLY why i am so passionate about what is going on. I commend you for the actions you have taken. I have done a lot but not nearly as much as you. You are a true American Patriot. Now if we could get all the rest of the moms in this country to get their heads out of the sand and start to realize that they need to think about more than shopping at Target and the next soccer game because there won’t be a future for their kids if we don’t get a handle on this situation.

  2. patp12
    Posted February 16, 2011 at 3:24 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Women have done more in changing the direction of a country’s history than meets the eye.

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