I do not believe that it is a coincidence that the Obama administration targeted a home school family, since the State needs mandatory public education if they are going to effectively control the minds of the next generation and usher in their social-communist agenda in an effective manner. How better to turn the tide of public opinion against the institution of home schooling, than to depict home schoolers as terrorists and the parents who teach them as liars?
It is my guess that the Obamamen have legislation planned for the near future that would either severely penalize those of us who opt to educate their children at home or render home education illegal in a wholesale fashion. I know that there are those here in Evansville and the surrounding area who will call me crazy, stating that the Federal Government lacks the constitutional authority to interfere in the personal choices of parents with regard to their childrens education, but to them I will only say, "Since when does that stop them?"
Nor do I believe that it was by chance that his family is composed of devout Christians, since it is in the best interest of the leftists to label all sincere believers as "radicals" and "dangerous" in the eyes of non-believers and to strike fear into our hearts so that we will not resist their future efforts to implement their sick plans. After all, how far is the act of illegally arresting a teenager whose mother opts to home school him, from that of illegally arresting and detaining every Bible believing individual who dares to speak out against unbiblical activities going on in our society and the government which directs it.?
Finally, I do not believe that Ashton would have become a target, had he had a living father and a mother healthy enough to defend him. After all, it takes a certain type of person, a type called a "lowlife," to raid the home of a poor, disabled widow and steal away her 119 pound child; and it takes a certain form of scum, a type called a "coward," to need eleven of his buddies to assist him in doing so.
Scripture warns adamantly against the mistreatment of widows and orphans. It also commands us as to how we are to care for them, which leaves those of us who are believers no other choice than to make some form of stand on Ashtons behalf.
For my part, I am going to be sharing the situation with the world through my column, by contacting every political official I have ever interviewed to ask for assistance and I intend to organize a series of seminars and book signings, the proceeds from which will go directly to Mrs. Lundeby to help with Ashtons legal battle. My question to you is, "What will you do?"
You may be wondering why we here in Evansville and Southern Indiana should be concerned with the wellbeing of some kid from Oxford, North Carolina, whom we have never even met. Frankly, it is because if we as Americans and believers allow this situation to go unchallenged, then it is only matter of time before the child being taken is mine or yours.