Monday, April 19, 2010

Realization

In the realization that we now have the change . . . that we elected, I'm feeling a change coming on this blog. Washington is "doing their thing" and "we the people" must do ours! Throughout this new millennium, this government has made just about everyone paranoid. Whether it was the Bush 43 years or the Obama drama, the government appears to have in it's sights, total control of we the people. Whether it's talk radio or the media, like it's two different things or internet spam forwards or bloggers, big brother is on top of it all, and it's not one party or the other, it's co-partisan. I've been wondering for some time why the republicans are so angry with Obama. We are still in two wars, America is still a super power, and he's cutting all sorts of slack for big corporate America, so what's the gripe? And why were the democrats so upset with Bush? He made a great big government! And really, you could be more vocal against President Bush's decisions than you can with the present administration, which even in this non-republican's opinion is big in the Free Speech department. President Bush didn't win my approval on the USA Patriot Act, but I definitely felt the freedom to disagree more openly with President Bush than is possible now. Every time I see a picture of President Obama, he's looking pretty intense and not so approachable. One man has not made the mess that is our government. It's been years of evil erosion, selfish opportunistic entitlement, and flat out idolatry. There isn't an American Christian that wouldn't gasp in horror at ancient Egypt's worship of a bird, but check out the laws regarding the bald eagle. As one party blames the other, I'm here to tell you, that's part of the distraction as the country simply sinks into the abyss.
. . . and behold a fourth beast, dreadful and terrible, and strong exceedingly; and it had great iron teeth: it devoured and brake in pieces, and stamped the residue with the feet of it: and it was diverse from all the beasts that were before it . . . Prophecy of Holy Scripture
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