It's a put-on
It must be real nice to employ the full strength and power of the IRS against one’s political opponents.
It must be real nice to have an ambassador killed on your watch and cast the blame on others.
It must be real nice to have an ambassador murdered on your watch, know that the attack was planned, and direct multiple subordinates to lie about the whole affair on your behalf.
It is a put-on to be a Christian but do whatever you want.
It’s a put-on to claim Christianity but go to the mat for abortion.
It must be nice to have all of the mainstream media cover your behind for decades.
It’s a put-on to call yourself a Christian but strong-arm others to violate their faith by forcing them to pay for contraception.
It must be real dang nice to open the borders for political power in order to create a dependent class for political gain and never be held accountable for letting in terrorists, sex-traffickers, drug-runners, and hardened drug-cartel thugs.
It is just real dang convenient to tell Christians to get off their high horse while you negotiate with hardened terrorists in Iran.
It must be real dang nice to have armed security everywhere you go and then trash and undermine the Second Amendment for the rest of Americans.
It must be real nice to call yourself a Christian but serve liberalism – a completely different worldview – wholeheartedly.
It is just real nice to call yourself a Christian but never acknowledge the biblical admonitions against homosexuality and cater to the shrillness of the LGBT crowd.
It is just real nice to gain the highest office in the land by the rule of law but then trash that rule of law when it gets in the way of your agenda.
It must be real nice to rise to power in a constitutional republic and then trash the Constitution as an impediment to power.
It must be real nice to have it both ways and call yourself a Christian but pay tribute to the Muslim faith in so many ways.
It’s a put-on to call yourself a Christian but exercise to the fullest extent your lust for power.
It must be nice to deceive the American people about the unemployment rate month after month and largely get away with it.
It is amazingly self-delusional to have multitudes recognize your narcissist tendencies and not give a rat’s fanny about it.
It is highly delusional to practice psychopath tendencies but not care two figs about doing so.
It must be nice to have a “stash” taken from one set of Americans to purchase political power from another set of Americans.
It must be nice to tell those under your authority that to deny climate change, which is a method to advance socialism, is a dereliction of their duty to their country. It must be dang nice to force your opinions on subordinates in such a manner.
It’s a put on to play the race card on your opponents in an effort to silence them, and to have everyone connected to you, including the media, claim racism in an orchestrated effort to mute the truth.
It’s a put-on to claim Christianity – that is, to say Jesus is Lord – and then pay homage and allegiance to another religion by saying, “The future does not belong to those who slander the prophet.”
It’s a put-on, and a complete distortion of reality, to proclaim, “God bless Planned Parenthood” – the same Planned Parenthood that is highly involved in the deaths of close to 58 million Americans in the womb.
There is a great classic rock song by The Who named “Eminence Front.” It is music like this that helps one understand why subwoofers were invented. The lyrics are worth a look. The song is “about the facade one erects, or the pose one assumes, whether from pride, arrogance, insecurity or some other motive, in order to conceal his or her identity or essential self.” Another source says this: “The song is a description of a party where everyone is trying to impress everyone else by acting fake.” The song well describes our current White House occupants, along with the vast majority of politicians. In the lyrics, The Who repeats the phrase “It’s a put on” multiple times.
There are volumes to be written on how we must deal with enemies and threats to our families and our country. One side of the equation is best described by Martin Luther King who said:
To our most bitter opponents we say: "We shall match your capacity to inflict suffering by our capacity to endure suffering. We shall meet your physical force with soul force. Do to us what you will, and we shall continue to love you. We cannot in all good conscience obey your unjust laws because noncooperation with evil is as much a moral obligation as is cooperation with good. Throw us in jail and we shall still love you. Bomb our homes and threaten our children, and we shall still love you. Send your hooded perpetrators of violence into our community at the midnight hour and beat us and leave us half dead, and we shall still love you. But be ye assured that we will wear you down by our capacity to suffer. One day we shall win freedom but not only for ourselves. We shall so appeal to your heart and conscience that we shall win you in the process and our victory will be a double victory.
The other side of the equation comes from the theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who risked and gave up his precious life in opposition to Hitler:
Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.
And his call to action:
If I see a madman driving a car into a group of innocent bystanders, then I can't as a Christian, simply wait for the catastrophe and then comfort the wounded and bury the dead. I must try to wrestle the steering wheel out of the hands of the driver.
Great leadership is a key component of people shedding off the shackles of evil government and limiting it to its proper role. Moses comes to mind in delivering the Israelites from Pharaoh, along with George Washington against the oppression of King George, and Churchill in overcoming Hitler.
When America jettisoned God in the 1960s, we also removed our understanding of evil that the Bible so profoundly provides. The warriors of the Bible – David, Samson, Gideon, and many others – speak to the realities of evil and the need for good men to overcome it.
America as a whole continues to ignore God. We do so to our own peril.