The problems occur because the judgment is built into the system not because the hand of God is doing it. If you violate physical laws, what happens? You are harmed because that is the nature of the physical laws.
If you violate spiritual laws, you are harmed in the same way. You do it to your self.
But where misguided people like you have fallen is thinking that electing someone who is further ... continue reading »
Karl Rove is a washed-up hack who is just as guilty for the fall of the empire. He helped with the take down – propaganda on Fox, playing the game in D.C., no better than the rest of the hacks. Get them out of Washington, clean the slate to build anew.
Rove wants Jeb Bush in 2016, hoping that the nation goes so far south it will be an easy win for Bush. Tell him to forget about it. Won’t happen. We need a Marco Rubio on the ticket.
I am an Independent who is disgusted with politics and politicians. Sick of lies, fraud, spending and cover-ups. Both sides! Burn the place down, let the left run the table. Let Rome burn a ... continue reading »
This is not a joke. I’ve written to you before, so I hope you know I’m a concerned constitutional conservative, a purchaser, subscriber and regular reader.
I detect great concern amongst us today that there may have been a massive fraud perpetrated on our American election just past. There are too many puzzles that simply don’t make sense.
Chief among those concerns is the apparent discrepancy in the vote totals. How did Romney wind up with fewer total popular votes than McCain? There was far more enthusiasm, and nobody heard any complaints from conservatives that they were going to ... continue reading »
Yes, Karl Rove did blow the election. He did it by ignoring THE candidate who drew multi-thousands to his rallies. Ron Paul was the one man who could draw all the Republican voters together, the true conservatives and the “I’ll vote for the party man.” And a good many independents and Democrat voters also.
The WND pieces today, “America pronounces judgment on itself,” “Limbaugh: ‘Very difficult to beat Santa Claus’” and “The future of the tea party” hold a lot of truth. The long-term trends in the United States are very pro-socialism, pro-statism, pro-Marxism and dismal.
I think one of the key causes and solutions is obvious. As long as Americans put about 88 percent of all their children in 12 years of thoroughly State-run statist/socialist/neo-Marxist education and indoctrination centers (i.e., public schools), it is going to be very difficult to turn things around. For the long-term ... continue reading »