I wonder why our fellow Christians in other nations don’t have the right to bear arms, right to speedy trial, right to an attorney, right to remain secure in our homes from unwarranted searches, right to assembly, petition their government, speech, press, the right to not be poisined by any cost effective solution no matter how it might increase profits. I could go on and on, but I think I made my point.
I believe in the same God that Paul Ryan believes in, however, I don’t believe in the same non-existant Government that Paul Ryan believes is vital to push the Corporate rights that Government grants. As in the article the Government granted Corporations the ability to pour unlimited resources into super pacs, Government stated that Corporations are people, Government stated that Montana can’t tell Corporations their money is not welcome in elections.
Most importantly, in this country you have the right not to believe in the God that Paul Ryan or I believe in. God, in my opinion grants us all an amazing gift and power. That power is reason, wisdom and intelligence. God grants us the ability to use our minds and his grace to create a better nation, enviornment and society. However, God never takes our will from us or forces us to accept one mans interpretation. The main reason Americans like Paul Ryan have welded Religion to every aspect of their interpretation of society is so they could never be wrong and never compromise. I mean I could compromise on nearly all political issues, but I cannot compromise on my faith.
The Provacation article can be found at:
Ryan’s Idea of Government’s Role Doesn’t Come from the Founders