Every single year, one issue or another comes up and it causes a rift with in those of us fighting to hang on to our liberties and freedoms. Sadly, the Passion & Dedication of those who are Humbly fighting and not willing Compromise in the midst of the fight, are often misunderstood.
Compromise can be like a poison pill, can we risk eating half of that pill? Is the risk really worth it? or should we avoid the poison all together??? I think it's a much more prudent decision to not ingest any ounce of poison. It's amazing though what money, the seduction of the spotlight and politics can do to cloud one's view and ability to reason.
Some of you have already read my sentiments below on facebook. So for those who have already read my thoughts, I apologize for the repeat. :)
What is at stake with this fight?
Our most precious gift on this earth! our children..
We must ask ourselves, Why should we settle for anything other than the best for our children?
All I personally have ever tried to say... is with such a precious gift we can't afford the price of compromise. It's not just our future, it's their future.
How you chose to go about it is up to you. We all have to weigh our level of risk.
Compromising is taking one step forward and a couple steps backward, it invites corruption an invitation to breed and prevail. I understand at times there is a give and take with the legislative process. However, Common Core is one issue we cannot compromise on. I feel just as strongly about our gun rights.
In a perfect world compromise would be a possibility, but in a legislature where corruption, power, greed, and no respect for the law has been a common occurrence lately; we are expected to trust??? I have my doubts. I am not alone.
I am not out to make friends with legislators, I want what's best for my children and my friends children. I do appreciate legislators on our side. But I am not afraid to hold feet to the fire. At the end of the day, wrong is wrong and right is right.
There are more than one house bill aimed at stopping Common Core this year in Wyoming. However there is only one bill that doesn't require my family to give up rights in order to gain them... House Bill #168 "Stop Common Core in Wyoming", which was modeled after Michigan's Common Core legislation, is the only bill that I feel completely protects the educational freedom of my children and my ability as a parent to choose the best education for them.
There is a way to seems right to a man...
...but leads to the path of destruction: Proverbs 16:25
At the end of the Day this is what matters to me. Their future, Their Freedom