What do you think about the government? Do you love it, or do you hate it? Well, if you ask the average American anywhere around the country this question, they are most likely going to have nothing but something negative to say about the government. However, here is what people fail to understand, if a crime is committed, is the weapon bad, or is it the person that used the weapon bad?
In the founding father’s day they established government, under God, which limited their powers to do anything without the consent of the people.
Representatives are supposed to represent us. As Americans, it is our job to lawfully indict them if they violate the law, even just once (Article 2, Section 4, US Constitution).
However, we can see in our world today, this is simply not the case. The American people let politicians for the most part do whatever they want, and somehow at the end of the day, they just happen to get away with it (Isaiah 59).
One time, my Dad posted an article exposing another one of Paul Ryan’s unlawful acts. One person, in their stupidity, said, “Do us all a favor, and resign!” So, instead of lawfully dealing with him, he asked him to resign. The message is that once he does resign, there is another one waiting in the shadows to feel free to do the same thing that he just did.
As law abiding citizens of America, it is our job to deal with corruption in the government and not just let it slide. Remember, soft judges produce hardened criminals and it works this way with our representatives as well.
Therefore, government is not bad. It is the people in government that need to abide by the law or justice will take its lawful course (Isaiah 26:9).
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