Tuesday, September 2, 2008


Well, I'm sure as we roll along toward Election Day, the "news" will continue to focus on the candidates in this year's election.

I'm sure by now you know that McCain has selected Sarah Palin as his VP. There has already been much in the news about her and her family. Not too surprising. All in all, from what I've read, I like a lot of what she stands for. I feel for her, being even more in the spotlight and especially her family, but then she had to expect some of it.

Obama continues to condemn himself to the world - the latest little gem he uttered that has come to my attention came from a campaign stop in PA:

referring to his daughters, ages 9 and 6 at present:

"I am going to teach them first of all about values and morals. But if they make a mistake, I don't want them punished with a baby," Obama said.

Lovely, eh?
You can read the whole article here.

And, by the way, if you're not already registered to vote...what are you waiting for?

Someone sent me an email a few days ago lauding the fact that women should vote - yes, they should. EVERYONE should. Can you imagine the reactions of our forefathers to the state of the country as it stands today? Horror would probably be putting it lightly.

PREPARE yourself. ARM yourself with information. THINK about your decision and how it will affect this country. BE RESPONSIBLE for the information you have. If you are made aware of something, you are RESPONSIBLE FOR THAT KNOWLEDGE. You can't ignore something you know about. If you do, shame on you.

If you know that McDonald's supports the homosexual agenda, pouring money into their causes - and you are horrified at the thought - do you still go there just because it's convenient? Well, do you?

If you know Obama supports abortion and it seems would even drive his own daughter's to get one if "they made a mistake" so they wouldn't be "punished with a baby" - and you care about preserving the sanctity of life and strive to follow after God - do you vote for him telling yourself, it's just one of the issues?

Those are just 2 examples...there are so many more.





off my soapbox...

for now :)

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