Dear Mr. Farah,
I would appreciate your efforts if you would write an article about all the Christians who did not vote thinking they were doing the righteous thing by staying home.
I live in Santa Fe, N.M. I am a precept leader (Kay and Jack Arthur) here and am quite disturbed with the number of people who not only did not vote but also those who voted for Obama.
I am floored at how many believers do not have a “biblical” worldview. Please give this some consideration as God has blessed you with a large reading audience.
People like Obama, despite his failures and infidelities to our country, so it was difficult for them to dump him like an old husband. They were still masochistically attached to his half-truths, his economic failures, his divisiveness and his sneering narcissism. They were afraid of divorcing him – that they would miss some failed quality that they didn’t appreciate enough.
And they were worried that cheating with Mitt Romney would make them seem adulterous. Even though Mitt was laced in encomiums of successes and economic accomplishments, they felt bad about leaving their old flame, their ex-lying, unsuccessful, cheating ... continue reading »
America has lost her way! To re-elect that man in the White House is the doom of this once precious nation. Can anyone tell me something about Obama? What is his true name? Why does he have a stolen Social Security Number? Why isn’t anyone holding him accountable? Both Republicans and Democrats are corrupt!
It obvious Obama supporters don’t know what now awaits them. So I’ll tell them. The young Obamaites will find fewer jobs because employers will move operations overseas to avoid Obama’s overregulation. Plus, the ones that do hire will hire the millions of immigrants Obama admits because they will work for less.
If you need a doctor, good luck. Get in line to see one the government selects for you. There is already a doctor shortage. Obamacare will make this shortfall much, much more acute. Why would any young person study medicine knowing a bureaucrat will second guess every decision he makes and cap his income? ... continue reading »
[To Joseph Farah:] Thank you for the column about Rove. I completely agree with you. I am tired of wishy-washy country-club Republicans running the show.
I am also tired of Fox News with all its liberal pundits. Why are Juan Williams and Karl Rove on every night? O’Reilly just isn’t worth the time anymore.
Thank you for having the GUTS to tell it like it is.
God bless you.
Dear Mr. Farah:
I read your news site every morning and usually agree with your comments.
Today, I agreed 100 percent with what you said regarding Karl Rove. I am offering this suggestion to rid the Republican Party of him. All conservative news sites and talk-show hosts should let the moderate Republicans know that we will not support the party if it continues to let Karl Rove be their spokesman.
Until the Republican Party moves to a more conservative stand, American patriots who believe in the founding principles of our nation will continue to leave the GOP. ... continue reading »