Attorney Michael Peroutka
September 3, 2014
Imagine yourself on a Saturday afternoon. You worked hard all week. This morning you got caught up on your household chores and your errands, and you sit down before the fireplace with a good book.
Suddenly, you notice two men fighting in your front yard. They are pushing and shoving and punching each other as they stumble up your driveway. Shouting and cursing at each other, they crash through your front door and continue the mayhem right into your living room.
With all their yelling and punching and biting they have attracted a crowd of neighbors who follow them inside. The neighbors have actually chosen sides in the hooligans’ fight and some are cheering for the one whose name apparently is “Lefty” while others vociferously call for “Righty” to bash “Lefty” soundly.
As the tumult and shouting continue, “Lefty” starts taking some of your personal items from the mantelpiece and the coffee table. Some of them he tosses to the crowd and some of them he is placing in his pockets.
Instinctively you find yourself siding with “Righty” who, although he is trespassing on your property, wrecking your home and violating your peaceful afternoon, is at least not overtly stealing your stuff. Incredibly, you find yourself sympathizing with him and you hear your own voice rising above the whole wacky scene as you chant for “Righty…Righty…Righty…”
Suddenly, from another part of the house, you hear a thud of a door slamming and you realize with horror that while you were distracted by the fake fight in the front room, someone has made it out the back door with the contents of your safe, everything that you have ever worked for. It’s all gone.
You start to realize that a guy named “Big Bro” from the Mob known as “NWO” has robbed you blind while you were watching his two stooges put on a show for you and your neighbors in the parlor.
Slowly, you admit to yourself...; “Big Bro” has, of course, “three stooges”! - “Lefty and Righty and...me”.
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Michael Anthony Peroutka Esq. is a former Presidential candidate and co-founder of Institute on the Constitution (IOTC) an educational outreach of his law firm that presents the founders “American View” of law and government. IOTC has produced thousands of graduates in all 50 states with a full understanding of the Biblical principles on which those founding documents are based.
Michael is a graduate of Loyola College and the University of Baltimore School of Law.
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