Salt Lake City, Utah, Mayor Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson gave an address entitled, "We won't take it any more." He delivered it at the City & County Building in Salt Lake City on October 27, 2007. His address is hypocritical on its face. He said the following to George W. Bush and Bush's people:

What part of "Thou shalt not kill" do you not understand? What part of the "Golden rule" do you not understand? What part of "be honest," "be responsible," and "be accountable" don't you understand? What part of "Blessed are the peacekeepers" do you not understand?

It sounds as if he's been reading our site. However, Anderson went on to say the following:

In the case of the majority of Congress, it means electing people who are diligent enough to learn the facts, including reading available National Intelligence Estimates, before voting to go to war. It means electing to Congress men and women who will jealously guard Congress's sole prerogative to declare war.

Now, did he hear his own questions above? Learning facts and reading NIE's and then voting to declare war violates everything he was suggesting he upholds.

This is the problem with the whole worldly system. It is all hypocrisy. It is what Jesus came to break and turn to dust.

Bush is a hypocrite, but so is Rocky Anderson being hypocritical. They are each mislead and misleading. They are each leading others into temptation. It is true that Rocky Anderson sounds as if he is trying to be closer to God; however, he is off course and still headed into the outer darkness.

There is only one path. It is narrow. It is pacifism and all things consistent with that principle. There is no war in Heaven. There is only the false Heaven in people's minds. There is war in that false Heaven. That false Heaven is in the process of being displaced by the real and new Heaven that has always been the abode of God.

Tom Usher

About Tom Usher

Employment: 2008 - present, website developer and writer. 2015 - present, insurance broker. Education: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. City University of Seattle, graduate studies in Public Administration. Volunteerism: 2007 - present, president of the Real Liberal Christian Church and Christian Commons Project.