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Discussion in 'Politics' started by LeBuick, Oct 23, 2008.
Wow, add Former Bush White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan to the list.
I don't know what to say.....Except this is really getting wild! Their reasoning is beyond my understanding.
Folks bolt to the Obama camp 'on the basis of the constitution' 'conservatism' and a 'woman's right to choose death for her baby.....??????? How can they even 'see' the constitution and 'conservatism' in the statements and values of Obama?
November 4th, we just may get the President we deserved but not at all what we wanted!
The people in our land have lost their moral compass: The values of our youth are in the sewer..... trying to recycle the water to drink...... and calling it 'spring' and 'fresh' when they haven't a clue!
Our people are 'educated' but aren't taught the consittution. Our young people are indoctrinated with socialism and 'values clarification' and taught altered history, which magnifies the flaws and increases the general distrust, while the teachings of the elders is prised out of their experience like a tooth extraction under anesthesia.
And McCain lost the best chance he had of proving he was a 'maverick' when he voted for the bailout, and voted against the people and for the monster which created the problem in the first place.
I agree with Dr. Stan Monteith...... what is happening in our country is so beyond any thing which could be explained (although some parts can be explained) that it smacks of spiritual forces, and alliances with evil (without knowledge or perception of what is evil).
Why do I say this?
When the 'good' is repressed or opposed, and people turn away from God into unrepentant disobediance, and cease to recognize His authority and right to claims upon their lives...... judgement and peril is to be expected.... These folks are succumbing and substituting the fear of man and a trust in man as a substitute for God.
I could not help but smile when I saw the above. It reminded me of a quote I hears long ago when I was a child by our pastor showing this type of criticism of the 'current age' has been around for a very long time.
I am not sure of the speaker of these words so long ago, It may have been Aristotle, Socrates, or Plato who said: ... my guess is Socrates as it sounds like him.
Another quote from the past: (again, I am not sure of the originator of the words.)
There are no new thoughts under the sun ... and remember above the clouds the sun is always shining.
Add Arne Carlson, Former GOP Governor for MN to the list;