Are they coming home?

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I wonder what the family and friends of military personnel are fearing most, the chance of there loved ones tragic death, which is a possibility. Or that they will never be back in there arms away from war, and fighting altogether.

No need to worry family and friends of the few, proud, and brave. You can put one of those fears to rest. Under Executive order 13603 your loved one(s) will never be free of the chains of our military. until they have drained them of all there strength or crippled beyond use.

In a nutshell, it states that even in time of peace the military will be assembled and ready to fight. Even without war on our hands, the military will not be dispatched under the most recent signing of the Executive orders.

Let’s be clear, the Constitution called for a well maintained Militia, not a Military. The military we have created is completely legislated and run by unconstitutional boundaries. On top of that over half of our tax dollars are thrown into the military.

I support the brave men in the military and the sacrifices they make everyday. Wether it be there life, or leaving the one they have here. But I want to see them come home and live life. Not fight and stand ready to fight at all times, even in times of peace.

Our military was designed as a defense, now it’s become weapon. That seems to be the way our government wants it. Our family, friends, husbands, and fathers, are being used as a super force to do the dirty work of our government. Do they even realize it?

Perhaps that’s the problem, we are to willing to die for something most of us would never dream of supporting. We just blindly follow orders, trusting our leaders polluted choices.

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Jacob Rauch is a writer, musician, and homeschool student from State College, PA. His father, Eric Rauch, is Vice President of Product Development for Liberty Alliance. Jacob lives in Dallas, GA.
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