DRIVEN TO THE BIBLE
I am breaking one of my own rules here, but I can’t help myself. I have always refrained from Biblical quotations in
any politically conservative piece. I believe I understand what the first amendment says and what was meant by the
founders regarding establishment. And though I believe that much of our Constitution and Amendments could be
supported by passages from the Bible, the Torah, or the Qur’an, I’ve just chosen not to. But a passage from the New
Testament Book of Matthew just keeps coming to mind as I hear the Left Wing Democrats carp about the Bush
administration so I’m quoting it:
"Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own…”
Plank number one is actually a timber from the Chapaquidic Bridge which lodged in the eye of thebloviating
senior senator from Massachusetts while he paced the bridge contemplating career salvation as MaryJo’s last
bubbles rose from the scotch saturated Oldsmobile.
Plank number two is a big one: Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and the War on Poverty (Welfare). These
planks will wreck the country when my unborn great or great-great grandchildren tell the tax collector to piss off.
Plank number three is opposition to strict constructionist jurists sitting on the Supreme Court. William O.
Douglas should have been tried as a seditionist. But the left/dems loved him.
Plank number four is the democrat left’s violation of the 10th Amendment. There is absolutely nothing in
Constitutional law about providing a public (socialized) education. This task should be returned to the states as
intended and stop the federal brainwashing.
Plank number five could just be the last straw, Al Gore styled environmentalism based of bad science and
support for hate America. Kyoto would wreck the American economy.
If the Democrats would just get the wood out of their eyes they might see more clearly that most Americans find them
out of focus.