What a Bunch of Liars

LIAR_LIAROur government is full of liars.  How can you possibly believe anything they tell you?

I’m not just talking about the Obama White House.  I am talking about government in general.  What a bunch of freakin liars.

How can people act the way that they do?  Don’t they have a working conscience?  Isn’t there anything in them that makes them feel queasy when someone catches them “miss-speaking” or “miss-remembering?”  (That one takes the cake for made up phrases.)  The co-conspirator lying media permits them to get away with such Tom-foolery.

I feel bad when I lie.  I feel bad when I miss-spell a word in one of these writings.  I feel bad when I repeat something that is not true even if I thought it was true at the time I repeated it.  I feel bad if I cheat in golf.  I feel bad when I am late to a meeting.  I feel bad whenever I say something that someone took the wrong way.  I feel bad when my wife is taken advantage of.

But we are governed by people who no longer have a functioning conscience.  I wrote this a couple of years ago.  Lying is one thing.  Not being bothered by lying is something worse.  Far worse.  Let’s face it.  Those who are supposed to protect the “public trust” are liars.

Is it possible to get elected today without lying?   Can an honest man remain honest once he enters into government?  At what point are we no longer obligated to follow the edicts of liars?

According to a report that came out this week, the entire narrative about Ferguson, Missouri was a lie.  The “hands up- don’t shoot” slogan was a complete lie.  Al Sharpton repeated it.  Eric Holder fomented the racial rage.  President Obama knew it wasn’t true.

A city was burned.  Businesses were destroyed.  Individual citizens’ lives were destroyed.  An innocent police officer had his life destroyed merely for trying to protect it.  It was all lies.

Will anyone be held accountable?  Don’t count on it.  Lying is no longer a sin.  Lying is merely a form of “miss-speaking” or “miss-remembering.”  You’ve done that haven’t you?  You’ve miss-spoken haven’t you?  You used the power of governmental-lies to stir up racial hatred, haven’t you?

We all miss-speak.  Who are you to judge?

The Republican Party is full of liars.  Boehner and McConnell are liars.  They haven’t done anything that they told us they would do.  They parry and parse words, as they make excuses for why they don’t keep their word.

It is standard operational behavior.  Lying has no consequence.  There is no “redress of grievances” available to the American people any more.

Hillary Lies.  The IRS lies.  Obama lies.  Brian Williams lies. Sharing only part of the truth is also lying.  FOX News lies.  Just gives us the Truth…not fair and balanced truth.  Truth is not fair and balanced.  Truth does not have two points of view.  There are not two sides to the truth.  Truth stands on its own.  Truth does not require a round-table of pundits to explain it.

Truth is stark.  Truth clears the smoke of confusion.  Truth is not an opinion.  We have become a nation built on lies.

Our pastors are also liars.  They pick and choose what “truths’ they will speak on.  That is why the church has lost its power.  Jesus told us “for this purpose came I into the world that I might bear witness to the truth.”  But the pulpits have become politically correct.  They will not speak about what Christ came to destroy.  They are HIS body yet they will not represent HIS Truth.

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.”  Bonhoeffer

Therefore to him who knows to do good and does not do it, to him it is sin.”  James 4:17

America is in the mess we are in because the salt has lost His savor.  If the church will not call out sin how can we expect our government to be honest?  If the church permits dishonesty, why are we surprised when the government practices it?

The world has become the salt of the church.  We have permitted the world to determine what Christians can say, what Christians can support, and what Christians can oppose.  The courts have replaced the church as the keeper of the flame.  What the courts approve of, Christianity adopts.

How can America be saved?  I don’t know if it can.  But the only chance we have is for the church to once again speak the Truth, live the Truth, and fight for the Truth.

How can we complain about politicians saying only what the people want to hear when the pulpits are doing the same thing?

Our government is a runaway train.  The church used to be the tracks upon which the engine ran.  The tracks are crooked and the train is careening over the cliff.

Bottom line?  Lying is rampant in the world because it is not condemned in the church.  We get the leaders we deserve.

All the church needs to do is look in the mirror.

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Dave Daubenmire is a veteran 35-year high school football coach who was spurred to action when attacked and sued by the ACLU in the late 1990’s for praying with his high school football team. After a two-year battle for his 1st amendment rights, the ACLU relented and offered coach an out of court settlement. Challenging the "church of the Status Quo", Pass The Salt Ministries is calling Christians to wake up and engage the culture. Coach Dave has appeared on numerous national network shows including Fox News, MSNBC, CBS, The Savage Nation, defending Christian values. 
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  • DCM7

    “I feel bad when I miss-spell a word in one of these writings.”
    Is “miss-spell” a deliberate misspelling?

    • http://www.americanclarion.com/ Bob Ellis

      I read it that way (especially with the quotes around it), a sort of artistic license to draw additional attention to a more subtle point the author was trying to make.

      • DCM7

        OK, works for me.