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In America Today, There Is An All-Out Attack On The Values That This Country Was Founded Upon.


By Michael

You Might Hate America If... (Photo by David Shankbone)

In America today, there is an all-out attack on the values that this country was founded upon.  Many of the people that are involved in these attacks actually claim to “love America” and yet they viciously attack the values and the principles that were foundational to what early Americans believed.  In particular, there are two documents that were greatly cherished in early America that are being relentlessly assaulted today: the U.S. Constitution and the Bible.  In colleges and universities all over America, students are being taught that these documents are “flawed” and that they need to “evolve” as society changes.  Those teaching this philosophy honestly believe that modern values are far superior to the values found in those documents.  They are convinced that it is foolish to be “bound” by the wisdom of the past.  That is why they love to refer to the U.S. Constitution as a “living, breathing document”.  They believe that they should be able to “reinterpret” the Constitution without going through the hassle of the formal amendment process.  And of course we have seen courts do this over and over again in recent years.  When they feel it is necessary, our politicians and our courts will even openly ignore the Constitution when they feel it is necessary.  At this point, the Constitution has been so watered down and so many of our freedoms and liberties have been stripped away that we really don’t have much of a Constitution left.  Sure, it is still there on paper, but our nation really doesn’t follow it anymore.

Of course a similar thing could be said of the Bible.  In colleges and universities all over America, the Bible is relentlessly attacked.  Trust me, I have sat in university classrooms where it happens.  The goal is to cast doubt on it, discredit it and make it as irrelevant as possible.  In other words, they are trying to do the same thing to the Bible that they are doing to the U.S. Constitution.

But those two documents were the two most important documents in the early years of the United States.

Those two documents contained values and principles that helped make our country great.

Unfortunately, today we think that we “know better” and we are turning our backs on those values and principles.

So do you hate America and the values and the principles that it was founded upon?  The following are some indications that you might…

If you refer to the U.S. Constitution as a “living, breathing document”, you might hate America.

If you believe that the U.S. Constitution is “inherently flawed“, you might hate America.

If you go around telling people that “we cannot let the Constitution become an obstacle“, you might hate America.

If you believe that the U.S. Constitution “represented values we should abhor or at least reject today“, you might hate America.

If you are convinced that there is “something infantile in the belief of the constitution-worshippers that the complex political arguments of today can be settled by simple fidelity to a document written in the 18th century”, you might hate America.

If you find yourself uttering phrases such as “capitalism does not work” or “capitalist pigs”, you might hate America.

If you consider marriage to be an “antiquated institution” and you believe that it enslaves women, you might hate America.

If you believe that the fact that the percentage of married couples in America today is at an all-time low is a good thing, you might hate America.

If you think that football is “too violent” and should be banned, you might hate America.

If you believe that those that are “reverent of individual liberty” are potential terrorists, you might hate America.

If you consider California to be a positive example for the rest of the nation, you might hate America.

If you believe that U.S. soldiers should be ordered to avoid criticizing “anything related to Islam“, you might hate America.

If you believe that students should be sent home from school for wearing shirts that display the American flag on the Mexican holiday of Cinco de Mayo, you might hate America.

If you think that the U.S. military should be able to indefinitely detain U.S. citizens on U.S. soil without ever granting them a trial, you might hate America.

If you believe that “liberty” and “freedom” are “dangerous”, you might hate America.

If you believe that all human activity should be centrally planned and managed “for the good of the environment“, you might hate America.

If you believe that Christianity exists to keep the poor from killing the rich, you might hate America.

If you think that the government should take away most of what people earn through taxes, you might hate America.

If you believe that it is a good thing that millions of American jobs are being shipped to communist China, you might hate America.

If you consider small businesses to be “irrelevant”, you might hate America.

If you want to trample on our Second Amendment rights, you might hate America.

If you believe that volunteer chaplains should be banned from using the name of Jesus on government property, you might hate America.

If you think that the U.S. government should continue running trillion dollar deficits every single year, you might hate America.

If you think that traffic camera fines are a good thing, you might hate America.

If you believe that our borders should be left unprotected, you might hate America.

If you believe that illegal immigrants should be able to legally get driver’s licenses, you might hate America.

If you believe that illegal immigrants should be able to practice law in the United States, you might hate America.

If you are wearing a shirt that proclaims that you are “proud to be politically correct”, you might hate America.

If you think that the United Nations should be given control of the Internet, you might hate America.

If you are convinced that license plates that say “Choose Life” on them are unconstitutional, you might hate America.

If you believe that government agencies should be able to read your email without a search warrant, you might hate America.

If you believe that faith is a “mental illness”, you might hate America.

If you work for MSNBC, you might hate America.

If you believe that preppers are “dangerous extremists” that should be carefully watched and monitored, you might hate America.

If you believe that TSA goons should touch the private parts of our women and our children before they are allowed to board their flights, you might hate America.

If you are convinced that “it is necessary to give up some civil liberties in order to make the country safe from terrorism”, you might hate America.

If you believe that “it’s time for an amendment to the Bible“, you might hate America.

If you believe that making a profit is a sin, you might hate America.

If you consider the Founding Fathers to be “terrorists“, you might hate America.

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  • Joe Sixpack

    All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The
    communist party must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be
    used to command the party – Mao Tse Tung

  • terrimcbride

    The founding father did not want religion. It is why the first few years of congress NO holidays were recognized. The declaration clear calls for a separation of church, they were atheist or agnostic. The religious belief that modern America follows are actually pagan holidays celebrated on pagan days of solstice. They originally had nothing to do with Jesus, it is also why the founding fathers did not celebrate them. They saw them for what they developed into in England, white Anglo Saxon privilege days. Christmas used to be celebrated for 1-2 weeks as a mardi gras.

  • NG

    Separation of church and state is there to protect from the government controlling a belief. They were christians, in fact one of the first things Washington did after becoming the first president was lead a prayer consecrating America to God. That would also be a reason they didn’t follow pagan holidays. In fact in our early courts a witness could not even testify in court if they were an atheist, because they could not swear or affirm to God. You may actually want to research truth before you just randomly say things that help your cause.