Thursday, May 9, 2013


"Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light."
George Washington
     At times it seems there is no end to evil and as I watched the Benghazi hearing and listened to the testimony, I wondered how any government could allow those who served it to perish without doing everything possible to save them. As if this was not enough to ponder the next day I learned even some in our military had not only contributed to the deaths of those under their authority but had allowed an Imam to desecrate all which is holy and speak words of damnation over the fallen.
     As a Christian my hope is in God and not in government, yet who would have thought those in power would be an arm of our enemies both in the earth and in the netherworld; but it has become just that. In both of these tragic situations the government knowingly put its own in harms way while not giving them all which was needed for their safety and security. To say I am outraged is an understatement but yet as I looked at the parents of the fallen I knew I was not alone because everyone who attended and watched had to be feeling the same  contempt for the government who betrayed its own and thus, all of us.  
     Therefore, it is incumbent upon each of us who are of a moral conscience to take up the righteous cause, not only in behalf of all those who serve and have served with honor, but also for our God who has blessed us with “the land of the free and the home of the brave” to find a way to demand justice for the fallen and their families and see that all guilty parties are held accountable, no matter how long it takes.
One way in which we can all do something, is to contact our Congress members, no matter if they are Republican or Democrat and ask that they sign onto Rep. Frank Wolf's resolution 36 to form a select committee which would have subpoena power to get all the information out about Benghazi. 
     After that, each of us it may take a different path or be a different course of action but nonetheless, we must do all we can to save our nation from those who would use their power for evil’s purpose and whose plans are not founded in liberty, justice and the founding documents. The one thing we can all do is pray for those who serve and their families, for those in office with righteous judgment and for those who stand up and speak out whether it is by voice or by pen.
I can think of no better way to close than the words of King David as written in 2 Samuel 22:

R.K 2013