Wednesday, October 28, 2009
A Simple Choice After All
This is older and a lot has changed since then. Never the less, these words still ring true.
The question is not one of misguided policy. It's a question of right or wrong, good or evil. I would submit, that those who question the righteousness of the American Republic are the misguided. Ours is a system created by man, and as Levin said, "As man is imperfect, so are his creations."
The quest isn't for perfection, for a false utopia. It's a quest for the good, for the light over the dark. Can anyone really say that there's been a greater good in all of human history than America? What has done more to free the oppressed, to lift the downtrodden, and to spread liberty?
It is a simple choice after all. Good or evil. Light or darkness. It's not relative, evil is evil. America should never cringe from confronting it.