Comment: 2 factual problems.

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2 factual problems.

1) That's business and government, not religion and government. Totally got your word wrong, not that I think it matters much to you.

2) We certainly don't have religion and government combined. We have less religion in our government than at any time in our history. By your criteria, since things are worse, that must be our problem - less religion.

Actually, that is the problem. The problem isn't the government, it's the people. A moral and religious people would have never let this develop. And if men were basically good, you wouldn't need government. There would be no crimes, no wrongs, and no sins.

That's something that can't be changed by government. It only can be changed by God in you and a revival. It's not actually something you even have a choice in - you may not be elected to be saved. But Jesus doesn't turn away anyone that comes to him.

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.