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I am working on a couple articles. They should be up over the holiday.

Published in: on November 25, 2008 at 1:24 pm  Comments (1)  

Ben Franklin said it best!

This post is link city!  This first one is a video attempting to demonstrate how the common Obama voter failed in their civic duty.  The voted without know the issues, without knowing the scorecard.  It also demonstrates that the liberal media succeeded in hiding the real issues.

The next is an article about what kind of government was intended by the founders of this country.  Ben Franklin was one of the least Christian of the signers of the Declaration.  But he stated many times that for the United States government to work, it requires a religious society.  Here is a quote from the article.

 “The term republic had a significant meaning for both of them and all early Americans. It meant a lot more than just representative government and was a form of government in stark contrast to pure democracy where the majority dictated laws and rights….”

This country was intended to be a Republic, not a democracy.  In the original format only land owning individuals were allowed to vote.  The reason the Founding Fathers gave to this, was that the common man is not intelligent enough to vote for the person best for this country.  The common man is prone to voting for the person who is best for themselves.   Solely as evidence, I present the following quote from Ben Franklin.  “When the people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic.” Looking at the last several election cycles, this time has come.

Published in: on November 19, 2008 at 4:15 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Circuit city has DVD’s 20% off!

Nuf’ said.

Published in: on November 7, 2008 at 2:34 pm  Leave a Comment  
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America is truly entering a dark time

Published in: on November 5, 2008 at 2:33 pm  Leave a Comment  

I received this in an email. It is attributed to Chuck Colson

This is not the email in its entirety, just an excerpt.

“I can only think of what Alexandr Solzhenitsyn said about the catastrophic consequences of the Russian revolution. “I recall,” he said, “hearing a number of older people offer the following explanation for the great disasters that had befallen Russia: Men have forgotten God; that’s why all this has happened.” 

Solzhenitsyn was right. Indeed, I can’t find any better explanation for why we Americans find ourselves in the state we are in. We have forgotten God.”

If you believe in the America that the Founding Fathers envisioned, we must prepare to stand and fight for it.   We can no longer stand idly by watching our Religious liberties stripped one by one.  The time for Christians to stand together has come.  We must stand united in our resolve.  We must show the world the error of its ways.  We must take this country back to its roots.  I feel I will soon be called to a new role in this spiritual battle, preparations must be made.  I will try to document my journey here.

Published in: on November 5, 2008 at 11:48 am  Leave a Comment  
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Advice to Christians: Defend life, prepare for persecution

Not really anything I can add to this…..

Published in: on November 5, 2008 at 11:36 am  Leave a Comment  

So this is how liberty dies, with thunderous applause

He must tread lightly during his first term, remember he lied about being a Christian.  He can’t renigg on that until his second term.  But wait, I now make the prediction that this is the beginning of the end.  I look forward to the challenge.  As I said the other day, the Christian Church thrives the most during persecution.  When that comes, I will stand, even to the end of my days. 

I am watching his acceptance speech.  I ask of him, what change?  You still haven’t told us.  When he is challenged, he will prove his anti=American beliefs.  For all you who voted for him, I reserve the right to say I told you so.

Published in: on November 5, 2008 at 12:07 am  Leave a Comment  
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No, don’t vote three times. Just make sure you vote! Our religious freedom could depend on it.

Published in: on November 4, 2008 at 9:24 am  Leave a Comment  

Maybe the Founding Fathers were right

(I will explain the title in a minute)  This morning I was spending some time browsing the Mac web.  I came across an article by some so-called pundit extolling the praises of Windows 7.  You know, the still vaporware Microsoft answer to the failure of Vista.  Oh well the author was comparing the marketing miss-steps of the Republicans to Apples advertising.  This led to a political flame war in the comments section.  Every once in a while I like to have a laugh and read through things like this.  

Ok, now I told you all that so I can tell you this.

One of the commenters was foisting the flawed notion that Bill Clintons balancing of the budget was a good thing.  Not I am not saying that a balanced budget is a bad thing.  I am saying that the way Clinton went about it was flawed.  He cheated!  No, I am not talking about Ms. Lewenski.  

Is anyone familiar with the Roth IRA?  Bill Clinton signed it into existence.  The way that He set it up was brilliant, not good for all mankind brilliant, but great for making himself look good brilliant.  The Roth IRA is actually very good for the people of the United States.  It is a wonderful way to set money back for retirement.  With the traditional IRA you are taxed when you take your money out, but not when you put it in.  This means a higher amount of revenue for the government.  The Roth IRA switched things around so that you are taxed on the money you put in, but not when you take the money out.  This means you get to keep more of your money, which in my mind is a very Republican thing to do.  Bill Clinton couldn’t allow himself to do something too Republican like so he wouldn’t sign it into existence unless there was a clause added.  It was set up so that for the first two years anyone in the country could roll any other IRA or 401k into a Roth IRA, with no penalties, just pay taxes on the amount rolled over.  This was great for the people, it allowed them to take their savings and pay taxes on what ever they rolled over.  By the millions, Americans moved money into this new savings plan.  This provided an insane windfall for the Federal government.  These were amounts measured in Billions, yes thats with a B.  This artificially created the appearance of a balanced budget.  What Clinton did was steal money from our children.  The tax windfall he received was money that was originally going to be multiplied by millions.  Yes that means take those Billions and multiply by Millions……. let that sink in……thats a really big number.  So, Bill Clinton did technically balance our budget, but he stole from our children and grandchildren to do it.  He doesn’t deserve the credit he gets, in fact we could blame him for part of the deficit.  I will step down from my soap box now.  Oh I promised to explain the title.  

Most of the bantering in comments section of that article I referred to back at the beginning greatly demonstrated to me that the Founding Father were right.  Ben Franklin explained why this country was intended to be a Republic not a Democracy.  It was originally set up so that only land owning individuals could vote.  The explanation given was that the common man is not intelligent enough to vote for the person best for the country.  The common man votes for the person who is best for their own interests.  Most of the comments I read demonstrated that the Founding Fathers were right.  I am surrounded by stupid people.

Published in: on November 3, 2008 at 12:09 pm  Leave a Comment  
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