My Thoughts on Politics

Unalienable Right to Life vs Slavery. The progress within the Unites States to uphold the values declared in 1776 regarding our government’s attempts to secure the right that “all men are created equal” has been slow, costly, painful and sadly is not yet over.

Unalienable Right to Life vs Abortion. Since the Declaration of Independence acknowledges that life comes from God as an unalienable right, then it is not without merit that we can use the Word of God to give us the definition of life which is, “The life of all living things is in the blood.” Lev 17:11

Unalienable Right to Life vs The Enemy. All legal citizens of The United States have taken an oath either directly or indirectly through their generations that includes these following words: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

Unalienable Right to Life vs Homelessness You would think that homelessness in the United States of America would be associated with not having a job. But the situation isn’t that simple. The truth is that many citizens have jobs and/or retirement incomes and still cannot afford basic every day needs including shelter, food, health care, and mobility.

Unalienable right to Liberty vs Choices. We are all born free and the Government of the United States is tasked with securing that freedom for its citizens whenever and wherever someone tries to take our freedom away. The very first freedom that falls within these unalienable rights is the right to choose.

Ultimately, we all manifest the God we serve. The only way evil can win is if good people stand by and do nothing. May The God of Israel Bless The United States of America. – Michael Okulski.org Praise Yah!