The run-up to this year's mid-term congressional elections has begun in earnest. Many things are going on today that bear comment, but I thought that this week it would be appropriate to share something that went to the heart of the crisis we are in. This purpose was percolating in my mind as I was drinking my morning coffee and going through the routine of perusing my email and visiting the news and information websites I look at as I start my day. One email notified me of a posting by one of my Facebook friends. It presented the following YouTube presentation with audio excerpts of sentiments I expressed in 1996. As I listened to it I realized that in articulating the moral heart of the challenge America's voters faced then, I cogently touched the moral heart of the potentially fatal crises America confronting today.
If you find that this "blast from the past" still resonates with truth, I would suggest you take action. Join the pledge to impeach mobilization, and urge everyone you can influence to do the same. The difference between America in 1995-96 and America today illustrates the price of not doing what's needful while there is ample time. But in a fraction of the time that has passed since then (things could come to a head in the next two years!), we will be helplessly lamenting the cost of not doing what's needed before it became too late. I pray God each day that it is not already.
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