Wednesday, November 5, 2008

A Sad, Sad Day

I am not a racist. I don't care whether a person is black, white, red or brown. The reasons I dreaded the very thought that Mr. Nobama would become president had not one thing to do with his race, but rather with the thought that he is a socialist. He wants to disarm our country, our protective forces, tax us at a 40% rate so that everyone can be "equal." Socialism has not only failed everywhere it has been applied, it has been the ruin of great countries and societies.

So it is with a heavy heart that I write today. I have felt sick to my stomach since the Victory speech last night. What is up with that? The time the Victory Speech was given, the polls hadn't even closed on the West coast. So now we elect a president on speculation? Will they even bother to finish counting the votes?

Samuel was very upset with their request and went to the LORD for advice. "Do as they say," the LORD replied, "for it is me they are rejecting, not you. They don't want me to be their king any longer... Do as they ask, but solemnly warn them about how a king will treat them." So Samuel passed on the LORD's warning to the people... When that day comes, you will beg for relief from this king you are demanding, but the LORD will not help you." But the people refused to listen to Samuel's warning. "Even so, we still want a king," they said. ... So Samuel told the LORD what the people had said, and the LORD replied, "Do as they say, and give them a king."

1 Samuel 8:6-7, 9-10, 18-19, 21-22a

May God protect those of us who had no hand in this.

1 comment:

Bag Lady Bags said...

I couldn't agree more. I think the Lord may have taken His hand of mercy off our country and if that is the case, we are in for the ride of our lives. Keep the Faith!!