Yeah you! I know you are a person of high ethical and moral beliefs, so am I! The real question is do you believe the state should use threats of violence to enforce your beliefs on your friends, family and neighbors? I am a Christian, that is, I believe Jesus was the Son of God, lived His life as an example for all and died so that we may be redeemed and forgiven through Him. Jesus is love, we share His grace and mercy through our love. The state has no power through love, only by use of force and force can not be love.
Humanity is more compassionate and accepting than ever before. It is the perfect time to release the bonds of government force and allow free people to do as they will. Let love and not force prevail and watch how we will all prosper from it.
With freedom comes the choice to serve God through your actions and not have that choice made for you by the state through unnecessary laws and regulation that do nothing to protect individual liberty. The only justifiable use of force is in self defense, it applies to the citizen, it should also apply to our government.
With freedom our family and our neighbors have the ability to innovate and create wealth through ideas without burdensome taxes and regulations. In a truly free market all can create wealth not just the rich. We reduce governments responsibility thereby reducing the cost and save our children from this burdensome debt the state seems to care nothing about.
With freedom comes responsibility to help our neighbors in times of need. Private organizations motivated by passion, profit, or both are more capable and more trustworthy at managing most of what our government is currently doing. Without the force of government we have liberty, with liberty all have the ability to prosper.
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The government solution to a problem is usually as bad as the problem.
Milton Friedman - Nobel Prize winning Economist
"There is nothing which I dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties, each arranged under its leader, and concerting measures in opposition to each other. This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution."
John Adams- 2nd President of the United States,