On the television program The Caller, Brenda Lee Johnson explained why sometimes you must get involved (quoting): I remember once hearin' a speech about what it meant to be an officer of the CIA and the man who gave this speech talked about the struggle to control civilization and how we're always fightin' the same fight, and he used the dark ages as an example. And he talked about how on the one side you had the pragmatic king who was greedy and power hungry and basically took advantage of people whenever he could. And on the other side you had the idealistic church forcin' everyone to follow the same rules, believe the same thing, and all that. Neither the king nor the church was ever completely right or wrong, both sides ended up doin' terrible things to get what they wanted, really terrible things. The point of the story was this, that this struggle from the dark ages had been goin' on forever, and the church and the king might take on different philosophies but they would always fight each other, pragmatists and idealists, and at most times, you're better off standin' on the sidelines, lettin' them duke it out. But every once in a while, one side or the other decides it might be better just to blow up the whole world just to get its own way and when that happens you can't stand on the sidelines any more. You have to pick a team. So for tonight anyway, we're servin' the king.
In our present time it is important work against Marxist Socialism, and for Constitutional Freedoms. The bottom line is that any time either church or state works to homogenize the thinking of the people (see The Deists And The Homogenization Factor at http://ThomasPaineRedux.nazirene.org/#homogenization ) -- most often to control them -- the system is very quickly taken over by despotic control that inhibits man's mental and spiritual development -- i.e., the harsh and often cruel reality of man's suffering is presented in an article by Walter E. Williams entitled America's Move Toward Tyranny where he wrote: "Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis warned, 'The greatest dangers to liberty lurk in the insidious encroachment by men of zeal, well meaning but without understanding.' The freedom of individuals from compulsion or coercion never was, and is not now, the normal state of human affairs. The normal state for the ordinary person is tyranny, arbitrary control and abuse mainly by their own government."
It would be sinful to just sit back and permit the modern Marxist-Socialism of the Left, to further undermine the Rights of Man in their quest to rule over the United States and the American People.