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Your Opinion: Lines blurred between right and wrong

Your Opinion: Lines blurred between right and wrong

February 27th, 2014 by Larry Russell Johnson, Jefferson City in News

Dear Editor:

I'll be as forthcoming as is possible; people are starting to lose hope.

A system that comes to neglect or disregard the checks and balances or the separation of powers is a system off line. We started this country because we believed in something. We can't be concerned by our petty differences anymore. The lines between right and wrong are blurred. We can't shove the facts under the flag anymore.

For a society to succeed we need to trust each other. We all leave behind a legacy. Now is the time to take humanity to the next level. Know which side you are on and fight for it.

More than anytime before this liberal monopolist obsession with racism and political correctness in respect to free thinking and voting is obtuse. You see in government, like everything else, there is appearance and there is reality. If we wanted a monarchy we would have never separated from England.

Laws should bend everyone high and low. Our laws were based on Christian and Judah law. Progressives have sought to silence our honored multicultural traditions such as the Ten Commandments inside court houses.

The government will use common core as the instrument of indoctrination: ample violations of the Fourth Amendment, and unconstitutional invasion of privacy.

Our economy has now transferred into a majority non-contributor tax base. President Obama's technique to derail and put a culture divide into our country is to divert attention from a truth to a lie.

There is Obamacare; threats of using his pen to get around Congress; the haves and have-nots; invasion of privacy; pardoning 12 million illegal immigrants and forbidding enforcement of the U.S.-Mexican border.

Early ideals included: don't conceive children you can't support; education is the antidote for ignorance; spend time with family and attend church; honor is what no man can give you and none can take away; America's future is as yet unwritten, to someday give us hope.

Congress, I have a message for you at the 2014 mid-term elections the American people are going to bring brooms to the polls.

Have Barack Obama removed from office for willful misconduct and dereliction of duty in office.

Among other things the articles of impeachment seek to affirm our rights as a people by pushing back against a federal government that has far exceeded the authority it was intended to have by our founding fathers.