I get so tired of people who dare to lambaste those folks in authority in our country, yet refuse the one avenue we have to protest, change and give voice to our concerns — the right and privilege to vote.
The last I heard, it was still legal for all legal citizens of this nation to vote their conscience (or lack thereof). I hear such nonsense as “There’s nothing we can do about anything, so why bother?” or “I’m too spiritual to participate in a worldly process such as voting,” or how about the worst excuse of all, “What about the separation of church and state?” Well, what about it? What’s your excuse?
Our Constitution has provided us with this wonderful gift and, like anything else, if we refuse to use it, we may lose it someday.
Those of us who have been blessed to be born in this country, or those who have come here legally, need to wake up. We need to thank God every day for this country in spite of its shortcomings and moral challenges. This is one of the only avenues we have to change things in this country. I believe that the ultimate answer in this nation’s future lies in God’s grace and those who are thankful enough to stand up for righteousness with whatever means he has given us. I say, put down your protest signs and pick up your ballots.
As for voter fraud and corruption at the polls, all I can say to that is, are you ready to give an account for that? After all, we will all give and account some day for every unscrupulous act.
I say, wake up, America, and get your head on straight before it is too late.