Put stop to current path of government tyranny

The last sentence our nation’s founders read before signing the Declaration of Independence states, “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.”

Such resolute character stands in sharp contrast to contemporary lawmakers who admittedly vote without reading, and preface their statements with the phrase: “I reserve the right to revise and extend my remarks.”

Governing has become intentionally vague. Courts and regulations rule, not law. Incomprehensible legislation is laden with pork.

Both parties are guilty. The press is complicit.

This brings us to the May 20 primaries where winners advanced closer to Harrisburg and Washington. Who, if elected in the fall, intends to govern according to the constitution, and who intends to continue on our current path toward insolvency and tyranny?

Alan Curtis