[I was there.
I saw the emergence of Randy Tate and Bob Williams and Tim Eyman, each instantly recognizable as a future Conservative star. Each of them had shocking impact. I watched Linda Smith shoot, star-like across Washington’s political skies, dominating the 3rd Congressional District’s grass roots as a young State Legislator, going to Congress without filing for office, winning the primary on write-ins, before crashing into Ross Perot.
And I saw the mantle once thrown on Reed Davis and Susan Hutchison they both deferred.
And now comes this young upstart; valiant, articulate, right on the issues… ready to lead, it seems…
Many people “talk” about the restoration of the American Vision. Many people “talk” about Constitutional rights. Gavin Seim does not simply talk; he is actually confronting evil. At his personal risk. And like Randy and Bob and Tim and Linda and Reed and Susan, he has appeared in our political retina, here, in Washington.
First, watch the video, then read an article from his blog (republished with permission).
By Gavin Seim
As a lover of liberty, the liberals accuse me of being anarchist – This is ironic since the tyranny I stand against is actually a government, who is itself creating chaos and violating the highest laws of our land.
Those far on the other side advocate anarchy, saying that it’s the only way we can have freedom. But in truth liberty is the opposite of anarchy, for in liberty is peace and in anarchy is chaos. I think most who advocate anarchy would detest the result of their wish.
One can be both against anarchy and against tyranny. The liberals call me anarchist for adhering to the very foundations this nation was framed on. The anarchists call me delusional for not wanting to tear down any frame at all. Can I win?
Yes – Lets consider the reality.
There is really no such thing as an anarchist society. For no sooner do you get that chaos, than those with the most muscle and biggest guns emerge and make a government anew. Forcing all to follow.
Governments are instituted among men and this cannot be abolished – It therefore falls to us to restrict such governments. To bind them fast with the laws of freedom, with godly moral codes and true liberty.
There are two choices. Live under tyranny or stand up for morality and justice.Guest Author Gavin Seim calls Soap Lake, Washington home, where he owns and operates a gallery. He is an award-winning photographer, pictorialist, portraitist, writer (along with his brother Nathan), and teacher. He takes his family of four on the road four to six months of each year, exploring, speaking and studying photographic technique, which he writes and speaks about. They travel with a trailer he continues to customize as his family grows. He documents these trips with film and text at callmegav.com, where this article was first published.