Vote at your own risk

Michigan’s ban on gay marriage, approved by voters in a landslide in 2004, was scratched from the state constitution by a federal judge who said the ballot box is no defense to a law that tramples the rights of same-sex couples.

Three things:

1) Yet again homosexuality and homogamy is given legitimacy by the state. Yet again the state furthers the godless agenda, and pushes society into the abyss. The state has made itself illegitimate by its own actions. Homosexuals won’t find security in this judge’s ruling by reason of Point #2.

2) A judge decides what rights people have or not. People granting rights means people can take them away. People have no rights except those given by God. No God; no rights. It’s just that the godless don’t realize it. Man-made rights are what fills the vacuum when freedom is lost as God is eliminated from society.

3) The U.S. has no democracy. Let the politicians give their eloquent, rhapsodic speeches of democratic government. This is an oligarchy, plain and simple. Government by the elite. It’s time to end the charade. Voting means nothing other than the possibility to maintain a voter’s registration to be eligible to exercise jury nullification. It’s but a slim possibility at that. Would that voters see this and realize that there is nothing patriotic about voting. Voting plays into the game the state has set in motion. Voting pacifies the electorate into thinking voting changes things. This one judge’s action proves the opposite. Nothing really changes through voting. Direct action is necessary.

It’s time to stop legitimizing the state. It’s time to stop voting. Pay taxes, sure, because the risk of oppressive financial retribution isn’t worth taking at this point. To stop voting sends a clearer, more emphatic message that the people will no longer be fooled by the likes of federal judges such as this who trample upon their will.

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About elmoshangnaster

The name's a dodge simply because 1) on the internet I can be whomever I choose, and 2) I'm just paranoid enough to keep scoundrels and government out of my business and don't care to sort 'em out from the decent folk. My blog, my opinions. Don't like 'em? Sure, kindly tell me about your far-fetched, idiotic beliefs...kindly. In the end we'll neither of us change the others mind, but I will take the time to read your arguments if they're thought out in a rational fashion and not full of hyperbole. I'm a Christian human being. It's not a flavor or color preference, it's who and what I am. Don't like it? The above considerations apply. I'm not about to waste anyone's time or mine shoving Christianity down their gullet if they demonstrate even the least resistance. When someone's ready to hear I'm only too glad to share. The Gravatar? It's Jenny Lake in the Tetons near Jackson, WY. If God had a house that's where it would be.

Posted on 03/23/2014, in Government. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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