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Frightened People, Vengful God


What a terrifying world these people live in...
Blount County, Tennessee is set to hear a most important resolution this coming Monday. It is a resolution asking God to not destroy the county in his upcoming wrath, as a reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling permitting same-sex marriage. Blount County is promising not to engage in same-sex marriage or homosexual acts, and asks God to please not treat it like Sodom and Gomorrah. When reading stuff like this, it is very difficult to believe that we live in the 21st Century in one of the most advanced countries in the world. This inflexible mindset is being fueled by the GOP and corporate media sources such as Fox News. It’s very sad and unfortunate. 
Here is the resolution. It is set to be heard Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Blount County Courthouse. 
RESOLUTION No. 15-10-006 RESOLUTION CONDEMNING JUDICIAL TYRANNY AND PETITIONING GOD’S MERCY 
Whereas, the Governor, Attorney General, and ALL WE Blount County Legislators have sworn an oath consistent with the moral Law of God (“So Help Me God”) to uphold the Constitution of Tennessee and the Constitution of the United States; and 
Whereas, the fulfillment of this oath, in the American tradition, may not be read to contradict the written Constitution, Justice, Reason and higher Natural Law; and 
Whereas, not all orders claiming authority under color of law are lawful; and
Whereas, unlawful orders, no matter their source – whether from a military commander, a federal judge, or the United States Supreme Court – are and remain unlawful, and should be resisted; and 
Whereas, the American system of federalism envisions a political stance of resistance by States and their office holders against lawless federal court orders; and 
Whereas, modernly, federal judges have once again usurped powers not delegated to them, and have violated Reason, the Rule of Law and Natural Law by purporting to strike down State laws and acts of the People recognizing and protecting Natural Marriage; and 
Whereas, the United States Supreme Court is not the sole and final arbiter of the powers of the States under the Ninth and Tenth Amendments, when it acts in an area outside of its jurisdiction; and 
Whereas, the federal Judiciary was created by the Founders to have “neither Force nor Will, but merely judgment; and must ultimately depend upon the aid of the executive arm” and the States, for the carrying out of its judgments, and it is high time that the Court be so reminded; and 
Whereas, we are forced beyond our wishes to comply with what is clearly against our conscience, and violates what the Bill of Rights, both State and Federal, give us the Right to do… With a firm reliance upon the providence of Almighty God WE the BLOUNT COUNTY LEGISLATURE call upon all of the Officers of the State of Tennessee, the Governor, the Attorney General, and the members of the Tennessee Legislature, to join US, and utilize all authority within their power to protect Natural Marriage, from lawless court opinions, AND THE financial schemes of the enemies of righteousness wherever the source AND defend the Moral Standards of Tennessee. 
It gets better!
WE adopt this Resolution before God that He pass us by in His Coming Wrath and not destroy our County as He did Sodom and Gomorrah and the neighboring cities. As the Passover Lamb was a means of salvation to the ancient Children of Israel, so we stand upon the safety of the Lamb of God to save us. WE adopt this Resolution begging His favor in light of the fact that we have been forced to comply and recognize that the State of Tennessee, like so many other God-fearing States, MAY have fallen prey to a lawless judiciary in legalizing what God and the Bible expressly forbids.
The bible says that 'god is more forgiving than any man.' Ergo, god must be more forgiving then me and I certainly won't turn anyone into salt over the crime of getting married or looking back. Now that idiot who cut me off in traffic is another story. 


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  1. The worst part is - "Whereas, modernly, federal judges have once again usurped powers not delegated to them"

    HUH! You mean they are still upset over segregation. Wow.

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