I shudder to think of where we would be today if Sen. McCain and Gov. Palin had won the 2008 election. When the negative powers that be realized Barack Obama had won the election, they began the scheme to break him anyway they could. They did not care about the big mess already existing in our country. The group stated that they would never support anything that this president stood for no matter whether it was right or wrong good or bad. They behaved as if they had been trained by the Iraqis in the tactics of how to behave as suicide bombers. These forces admit that that was their mission, and yet in the midst of all that President Obama still stands with pride and dignity. They have been unable to break his spirit.
Those of us who supported him and those who did not must realize that we have watched a ‘stoning’ for three and a half years and said nothing and did nothing. Many Christians who criticized those who stoned Stephen in the Bible have not equated this likeness to President Obama’s degrading and dehumanizing treatment by the extremist. Why? Are we experiencing compassion fatigue?
Listen up Yellow Dog Democrats, the stick your head in the sand Democrats, the don’t want to stand with the President Democrats, all of the I know right from wrong people, and other decent minded people of Rome and Floyd County isn’t it now time that we crawl out of our closets. Is your petty opinion, based on your selfish motives, (only you and your God know what they are) bigger than the cause of maintaining the integrity of the White House and of this great country of ours?
What is the picture that we are painting or revealing to the whole world? One thing that the Third World countries are seeing is that the highest office in this country is for sale. Is that what we have become or is that who we really are and that is who we have always been? Or has some kind of decaying process begun to take place in this land of the free and home of the brave? Are we killing ourselves softly in this land of liberty and justice for all?
That other group has no idea who we ordinary people are. It is no fault of theirs that they cannot connect. It is no fault of theirs that they simply do not get it. It is next to impossible to lead a people with whom there is no connection. That is why we have failed in every war for the past 50 years because we had no understanding of the people that we said we were fighting for in those other countries.
The problem is in us when we can sit idly by and not call attention to the disconnect. You all do know that all ordinary people bleed red blood, cry when hurt and laugh when happy? You do know that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link?
And there are those who are happy and applaud the fact some of us are sitting idly by. With that being the case, how can we oversee elections in Third World countries? What will we tell them? I agree with Ron Paul who suggests that we need to pull our troops out of every country and get our own hearts and minds in the right place so that we can change the atmosphere in our own country. And we know that the atmosphere will not change until our hearts have been changed by the Holy Spirit. God bless America!