“Whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it and institute new government . . .”—United States Declaration of Independence

Friday, August 1, 2008

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Election 2008, Barack Obama is elected. All of the hapless victims of change will finally be confronted with the reality of just what the "Progressive movement" really means. I can see it now, Nancy Pelosi, the hideous czar of the P.M., succeeding with her perverse molestation of the first amendment. Nancy, basically feels she should be able to abolish the views on talk radio that might be in contrast to her own agenda.With Gestapo tactics never running out of fashion, she refuses to let bills hit the floor for a vote, like the Freedom Act sponsored by Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) which received a resounding "No"

The Freedom Act is an antidote for the quasi-fascist " fairness doctrine" that Pelosi so rabidly supports. The fairness doctrine will censor FM radio and reduce all of it's controversial topics to watered down dribble. You see, I get the hunch that Nancy Pelosi doesn't like the idea that a radio talk shows survival depends on the public interest and its support(ie.) if the public likes the show it will succeed, if no one listens to the show, it's bounced.

That is just an example of where the democrats desire to bring this country, and I will go kicking. They believe that we are not intelligent enough to decide things on our own, they must make laws to teach us the proper way to think. We are restricted to the issues they think we are capable of understanding.

Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and all the other left wing Dem's want big government to do for the people what they can't do for themselves, or more over, what the democrats want to convince us we can't do for ourselves. Heaven forbid, the will of the people doesn't align with their agenda. When we vote Obama into office you can bet there is a list of social agendas that will be imposed.

1. Liberal supreme court judges will be appointed. These judges will catch on to this hip new trend of over ruling the will of the people. (ie.) Cally fawn yah.

2. Gay marriage will go unabated and dismantle what's left of the traditional American family, which, by the way has kept this county strong like none other.

3. Planned Parenthood will continue to steal our tax dollars to fund their lucrative empire, built by the bones of the innocent.

4. We will be taxed heavily for illegal alien health care. So if they injure a finger while murdering an innocent man and his sons again, we can flip the bill.

5. The government will install meters to shut off our heat and light if we go over the government's determined amount.

6. Instead of supermarkets taking our cash, we will be given "Food cards" that will be capped at the amount of grocery we may consume or use.

7. Our vehicles will be customized with governors to regulate our speed and fuel consumption, if we exceed the alloted usage we will be fined.

Religious or Christian?

There is a striking difference between being religious and professing to be a Christian. I would like to use a political analogy to amplify this difference, because I think it is very important to discern, the two. Being religious can be equated to presidential hopeful Barack Obama, he claims to have spiritual faith, although I've yet to hear him reference Christ the lord. Mr. Obama, by all accounts is very religious, he has patronized one of the top Christian churches in America, Trinity United church.... Oh, of Christ.

Although they are not much for praising the word of Jesus, they do have a fondness for Muslim radical Louis Farrakhan. Farrakhan has brought us such uplifting sermons such as kill whitey and America should die, I am paraphrasing of course. The Trinity United is commonly referred to as a black church, I've see the outside of it and I'm miffed as to that reference. Any who, Mr. Obama avidly supports the termination of an inconvenient fetus, him too? I am quite certain Christ would not call an unwanted pregnancy a punishment.

Barack Obama is very religious but, I am sure he is not a Christian. The whole premise for being a Christian is the idea you strive to be Christ-like. There are beautiful multi million dollar churches that organize services to pray to their higher power, but unless that power is Jesus, you'd only be religious. Some religious people even claim to be Christians, but like Barack Obama, they subscribe to a few things that wouldn't be labeled "Christ like" Such as homosexual marriage, abortion, racism, discrimination, and stuff like that. Another good example of religion is Alcoholics Annonomys, they pray to a "higher power" they don't want to specify the Christian religion anymore because it might alienate some one trying to get sober. Heaven forbid they find out the serenity prayer is from the bible and the twelve steps are built by beliefs in the bible, shh I won't tell anybody.

There is nothing wrong with being religious, I mean yes, there is no consolation prize for almost believing in Christ. And yes, you have the chance of an atheist to get into heaven, but don't sweat it you'll be politically correct. Christianity is a religion, just like Hinduism, Buddhism, liberalism, liberalism? There are allot of sub categories to the word religion. It does not describe one cognitive contention, such as Christianity. Religion is a faith based law, an inspired ritual based on a belief.