The Battle Line: (03-18-05)

There has been a line drawn in the sand and line has been there for a number of years, only it was obscure and difficult to see. As of late the line has become remarkably distinct. . This battle is  far more grievous than any war we have fought, including attacks on our own country, like that of 9-11. This battle is for the very heart and soul of America. The enemies have very recognizable uniforms, being that of  long black robes.  The enemies are  the jack-booted judges along with their cohorts, abominable attorneys,  are robbing America of its very heart and  soul. When you couple this with crazed and un-informed juries we are loosing something very dear to us - our God-given freedoms.

The most recent and national known judge, is  George Greer,  who by his flagrant abuse of power may be just as evil as his unconscionable decision  to murder Terri  Schiavio.  Other than writing articles, I did all I knew to do regarding Greer, including signing a petition to impeach him to get him out of his courtroom.

Greer is by no means alone, he has thousands of other judges with him, including about half of the Supreme Court.  The tyrannical judges with their draconian agendas have traditional Americans,  with their Judeo-Christian values and especially the evangelical Christian Church in their cross hairs. Be warned: their aim is sure. The battle line has been drawn, the question is, what will we do? Will we wander around aimlessly, scratching our heads in bewilderment, will we bow to the wicked Caesars, or will we stand against such tyranny?

It's a sad commentary on the lunacy of our society when a decent Judge like Roy Moore from Alabama received  so-called legal abuse from other courts and Greer goes unscathed. These evil judges, along with their cohorts like Joel Sogol from the demented ACLU said recently: Our courts should enforce secular law, and not God's law." I might suggest to Attorney Sogol that much of our law is based on God's law - the Ten Commandants. 

There is a verse in Isaiah that depicts much of our courts and our society in general. It's found in Isaiah 7:20-21 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight.

Be warned: The battle line has been drawn and we as decent and moral Americans must stand in staunch  opposition against  these evil judges and their draconian decisions. If we do not become a "clear and present danger" to such evil lunacy, then we are part of the problem!