When do we say enough is enough?

The Constitution, which sets forth the principle of rule of law, defines what is unconstitutional, and guarantees freedom of speech and other liberties of a Constitutional republic, and also describes the impeachment power. (How many know of the Jewish roots of this document?) Hypocrisy threatens Constitutional government. Could Israel use a constitution like this? More to the point: would a Convention of States save it, or destroy it? (Example: civil asset forfeiture violates the Constitution.) Quick fixes like Regulation Freedom Amendments weaken it. Furthermore: the Constitution provides for removing, and punishing, a judge who commits treason in his rulings. Furthermore, opponents who engage in lawfare against an elected President risk breaking the Constitution.
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In this cultural environment where free speech is intimidated by politically correct sneers, asking the right questions can be considered bullish or ill-mannered. But when we see our country and our liberties disintegrating before our very eyes, when do we stand up and say enough is enough?

Do we say enough is enough when our constitutional right to worship as we please and celebrate Christmas is frowned upon by the ACLU or the other atheistic protesters?

Or do we say enough is enough when we are told it is offensive to display a cross on a soldier’s grave?

Or do we say enough when churches lose their right to speak out against the immorality of political candidates?

Or do we say enough is enough when viable presidential candidates are bullied out of the race with trumped up charges or by having their intelligence ridiculed?

Or do we say enough is enough when we are told the Fort Hood shooting is nothing more than workplace violence?

Or do we say enough is enough when our Attorney General claims ignorance in a gun running debacle that defies logic?

Or do we say enough is enough when our country is falling apart at the seams and our President embarks on a never-ending fundraising tour?

Or do we say enough is enough when a former governor claims he doesn’t know how $1.2 billion disappeared under his watch?

Or do we say enough is enough when our hard-earned money is taken from us and given away to others in the name of social justice?

If we don’t say enough is enough to these things, when will we say enough is enough?

Will it be after we lose the right to say enough is enough?

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RoseAnn Salanitri is a published author and Acquisition Editor for the New Jersey Family Policy Council. She is a community activist who has founded the Sussex County Tea Party in her home state and launched a recall movement against Senator Robert Menendez. RoseAnn is also the founder of Veritas Christian Academy, as well as co-founder of Creation Science Alive, and a national creation science speaker.

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