In the early 1980s, while I was still employed by the Federal Government, I began looking pretty closely at what was happening politically. I noticed the job I once had was not being run as efficiently and that the entire organization was no longer operating as a political neutral. The goal had ceased to consider the cost and quality of product a priority. Political correctness became more important at the managerial levels. Looking around I found this approach was weaving its merry way throughout federal (and state) bureaucracies. This might be considered the period that “common sense” was finally being evicted from Washington and governmental agencies. Looking at the Washington scene these days we find that eviction was highly successful, not a drop of “common sense” remains there. At least it didn’t until President Trump was elected and immediately started upsetting their applecart. If we can elect some Conservative Republicans and remove the RINOs this November we stand a good chance of seeing common sense return to the arena. We really need to work hard at this! If we can give Trump eight years in the hot seat we just might make America great again. If we let the Progressives (called Democrats) regain control we will be assisting our nation’s suicide.
One thing we have to understand: this war is not just an American conflict. We are battling the forces we read about in Ephesians 6:12 (ASV) “For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world-rulers of this darkness, against the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.”
It is my opinion that God has given us President Trump to fight this battle and we, as Christians, need to support him. We cannot expect him to do it by himself. If we fail, he will fail and America will fall. This may well be our last chance to save our Republic. Help from non-Christians will be greatly appreciated, after all there are many places in the Scriptures where God uses non-believers to accomplish His wishes.
I could spend a couple of days just writing about my experiences while working for the Federal Government; how I saw the bureaucracies imploding as certain federal policies had to be implemented, of how costs doubled and quality and production dropped, and employee morale dropped. But that would accomplish nothing. We now have a man in the White House who is trying his best to help restore our nation to its former greatness. We need to do OUR BEST to help him.