I hear all the talk of potential candidates for the 2022 and 2024 elections.
The same principle applies to those future elections as I urged with respect to the 2020 GA Senate runoff. Until we fix the theft of the November 3, 2020 election, we can have NO assurances regarding the integrity of any future election.
We cannot ignore the past and move forward into the future “hoping” election fraud will not recur. The enemy did it once (or more) and thinks he got away with it. The enemy will do it again. Or the enemy will save the time and expense of conducting another fraudulent election and simply tell us who will lead us.
But let’s assume that we have a 2022 election and fraud evidence surfaces again. If the State Bar of GA is successful in revoking my law license for being involved in filing lawsuits challenging the 2020 election, what lawyer is going to risk his or her livelihood and reputation to legally challenge the 2022 election? The answer is obvious. None or at best, only a very few brave souls.
The GA State Bar fight is presently focused on me. But it is actually aimed at every lawyer in the country. And at every citizen who might wish in the future to hire a lawyer of his or her choice to legally challenge a deprivation of voting rights or an unlawful election.
We must not lose focus by only looking ahead and not taking all available actions to fix the November 3, 2020 election.
And we must not forget for one second that today the enemy is coming after me. Sooner as opposed to later, the enemy will be coming after you.
The time to take a stand is now. Do not let November 3, 2020 go quietly in the night.
I unashamedly admit that I am a follower of Jesus Christ. One day at a time, I try my imperfect best to follow His role model. When I wander off His path, I ask for forgiveness. I kneel only before God.
“Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” - John 14:6
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How do we resolve our differences in an effort to turn chaos into order? Stated differently, how do we avoid a full-fledged civil war?
1. Respect the fact that while we have differences, we are more alike than we are different.
2. Focus on our similarities, not our differences.
3. Be civil to each other.
4. Obey the laws as presently on the books. Work through the established system to change them if you believe change is necessary or desirable.
5. Study the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. These are the founding principles that brought divided states together then to become united states thereafter.
6. Acknowledge that we as a country and as its individual citizens are not perfect. After all, we agreed on our founding principles in order to form a “more perfect” union. We will never be perfect. We just do the best we can to try to be more perfect. So we ought to better understand each other.
7. It is called the Golden Rule for a reason. Because it is THE Golden Rule. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
The above suggestions may not solve ALL of our problems. The solution will take time. We did not get to this point as a country overnight. So we will not repair our country overnight. But I believe these suggestions represent a good start in the right direction.
Repairing our country will take time, effort, and sacrifice. The real question is whether our country is worth fixing. I believe it is. Our country represents and offers freedom. If freedom is worth dying for (and I believe it is), then it is worth the hard work and sacrifice necessary to maintain it.
We will have to engage in some give and take without sacrificing our common goals, objectives, and principles as a united country. That is called The Art of the Deal.
Even if you disagree with me, I hope that I have at least given you some things to seriously consider.
In your life on Earth, have you ever personally met any individual who was perfect? I have not.
Do you condemn or criticize the imperfections of others? Do you feel superior to others because you believe your imperfections are not as bad as the imperfections of others? Do you judge your friends and family because you believe you are right and they are wrong? Do you cast stones at others and brand them with accusations in order to convince others that you are right and they are wrong?
Are you able to face the truth and honestly answer these questions about yourself?
Do we want a society that is constantly at war with its fellow citizens because its members have different imperfections and different beliefs? Sounds like chaos and constant warfare to me because we are ALL different. We ALL have different beliefs. We are ALL imperfect.
How do we resolve our differences and turn chaos into order?
Telling the puppies a night time story about what happened to the rule of law in America today. Allie is shocked beyond words. Thee and Crew are solemn and concerned for each other. Motley says that 6 members of the United States Supreme Court should hide their faces in shame.
Puppies have great instincts. I told them not to worry, the sun would come up tomorrow and they will be free to go outside and play. True for them, true for you.
“Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it. And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not.” - John 8:44-45