State Rights

This is very interesting. Although rather than ask "How can fifty States be wrong?" Maybe we should acknowledge that it isn't a "state" that did anything; it was those responsible for the drafting of these preambles. - Jackie 


I did not realize that all 50 states referred to God in their "Preamble". Wow!

Somewhere along the way, the Federal Courts and the Supreme Court have misinterpreted the U.S. Constitution. How could fifty States be wrong? THIS IS VERY INTERESTING! Be sure to read the last two paragraphs.

America's founders did not intend for there to be a Separation of God and state, as shown by THE FACT:

ALL 50 States acknowledge God in their "State Constitutions" :

After reviewing acknowledgments of God from all 50 state constitutions, ... One is faced with the prospect that maybe, ... just Maybe, ... the ACLU and the out-of-control federal courts are wrong!

If you found this to be "Food for thought," send to as many that you think will be touched by it also.


De problem is de Oath of Office. The Bible says "Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." Can you point to a single political jurisdiction, local, county, state or national, and say with confidence, "There resides the Spirit of the Lord?" Lacking the Spirit of the Lord "our" government has no qualms about foisting "Patriot Acts" upon us.

Thomas Jefferson once wrote (perhaps more than once): "When the government fears the people there is liberty: When the people fear the government, there is tyranny!" Which statement controls today?

That is the result of electing people to public office that do not possess the Lawful, or legal, standing to raise their hand to a God in Whom they do not believe and utter the words of a sacred Oath to which they have no intention of being held Accountable. Such persons should carefully consider whether a secret private oath supersedes a Sacred Public Oath? How does God see those oaths?

The price of Liberty is indeed "Eternal Vigilance." Can you point to a single person and say "He has paid that price?" Many have laid down their lives in defense of our country, but who can lay claim to having been eternally vigilant? I certainly can't. The price of Liberty has not been paid and we suffer accordingly. (Gee whiz, lighten up. We have to have some fun, don't we?)

And thus we now have people in public office that are attacking the very foundations of our nation as laid in the preambles shown above. The non-believers in public office are attacking the fundamental laws of this nation as found in the Declaration of Independence, the Federal and state Constitutions, the Bill of Rights and the Declarations of Rights as found in every other state constitution.