Sunday, July 26, 2015

Obama Rebuked by Kenyan President

According to The Hill:
"Kenyan president rebukes Obama’s gay rights message"!
(Read here)
Perhaps we can swap Kenyan Presidents with them.  I don't know about theirs but he seems more intelligent and trustworthy than ours.

During the joint press conference with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, Obama claimed that “as an African-American in the United States, I am painfully aware of the history of what happens when people are treated differently under the law.” 

The diplomacy with which President Kenyatta responded to Obama's impertinence was impressive.  He probably had no idea Obama was going to come into his country trying to open up wounds like he does in the US.  Their Kenyan President seemed to exude dignity and grace, something we are severely lacking in a President.

Nevertheless, there is nothing in President Obama's background that suggests that he ever experienced anything but privilege in his upbringing; so it is difficult to understand where the "pain" came in unless he's furtively alluding to his own sexual orientation.  The video below could give his claim of "pain" some context.

The assertions of Mr. Sinclair are credible, especially when one considers that the alleged "coked up" homosexual affairs took place while Obama was a State Senator.  The media never asked him a single question about anything he ever did or said back then, including Obama's own claims of "experimenting" with cocaine as he wrote in order to inoculate himself in his own auto-biography.

In the precipitous decline we currently find our nation, I suspect it is only a matter of time before this President of ours follows Bruce Jenner's lead and comes out of his own closet.  Perhaps his bizarre rant in Kenya was a red herring of sort. 

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Conservatives Need Not Fear Donald Trump

Senator Lindsey Graham recently stated that Donald Trump "is becoming a jackass at a time when we need to have a serious debate about the future of the party and the country."

This statement by the Senator is revealing.  Lindsey Graham has never spoken this way about a leftist Democrat in his entire political career.  He, like his friend John McCain has chosen to use his toughest rhetoric of his entire career, not toward Harry Reid, not toward Chuck Schumer, not toward the late Ted Kennedy, Chris Dodd, Nancy Pelosi or Al Franken - but rather, toward a fellow Republican.  This is what these party imposters do every primary and is why Lindsey & McCain are disgraces we will no longer choose to suffer within OUR party.  Mitt Romney's campaign under Karl Rove systematically slandered every conservative candidate, one by one, through the entire 2012 GOP presidential primary until Romney was the last man standing.  BUT - once they win the nomination, they have nothing but deference for the Democrat opponents.  Once McCain and Mitt Romney finished destroying their- conservative- opponents with sleazy, untruthful and sometimes vicious lies, they both went through the general elections, debates and all, giving Barack Hussein Obama the delicate, kid gloves treatment! 

I will probably vote for Ted Cruz or Scott Walker but I am an emphatic Trump supporter.  I support Donald Trump being ----in----  this race if only for the reason that this man is doing to the under-handed Rovian, FoxNews RINOs, exactly what these frauds have done to us every decade since Ronald Reagan left office.  Some of our fellow conservative friends are expressing concern "as long as Trump is in this race, nobody is talking about Ted Cruz's plan, or Scott Walker's plan or Rand Paul's awesome tax cut plan…"  I have not yet heard Trump attack one single conservative.  As long as Trump is in this race, Rove, Fox, the Wall Street Journal and the rest of the GOP establishment pimps are busy trying to - DEFEND - their pathetic RINOs from Jeb to Chris Christie.  So far, Donald Trump is acting more as a cleaning agent against RINO establishment candidates and liberal media stooges.

Isn't this obvious?  We have not seen this before.  We are so used to being bamboozled by these opportunists like Rove that we ourselves don't know what to do!  At this time in 2008 and in 2012, we were watching Rove, spending a quarter of a billion dollars destroying our conservative candidates one by one until McCain and then Romney in 2012 were the last candidates standing.
These RINOs don't know what to do now.  It's like they are punch drunk.
The primaries are too long.  I support the Donald being in the trenches, doing the scorched Earth hit jobs on the RINOs instead of them doing it -to our candidates- as they certainly would be doing (behind the mask of Karl Rove, Bill Crystal and Fox) for the next 6 months.  I would rather Ted Cruz or Scott walker peak in February 2016 then in July 2015. 
The later debates will give our favorite conservatives a chance to score if they deserve to do so.  If they don't rise up on their own and merit the recognition, then they don't deserve it.  There is plenty of time to sit back and enjoy witnessing the RINOs being rightfully embarrassed by someone who has the guts to call them out.   If the worst thing that can happen is that Trump actually wins the nomination, we would still be better off than we would have been if Rove had succeeded in getting the latest anointed glass jawed RINO the nomination.  Even if Trump won and was somehow not a good president, his candidacy has already begun paying dividends for the exposure and lambasting he is giving to congressional and senatorial albatrosses John McCain and Lindsey Graham.  Just by running, Trump could potentially clean up the House and Senate by forcing these fossils into retirement - finally.  Let's hope those two keep running their mouths and perhaps he can go to work on John Boehner and Mitch McConnell.  I just pray that these feather-weight grand-standers cannot resist running their mouths against Trump some more.  He will do more than just hit them back.

Friday, June 26, 2015

June 26, 2015: How Will Church Respond To This Day That Will Live In Infamy?

I remember almost fourteen years ago after the nation was attacked on September 11, 2001, churches around the country were fully alert to the significance of what had taken place.  The mood was somber and people in this country were awakened at least for a brief time.

From a spiritual standpoint, what has been perpetrated today by the United States Supreme Court against this nation is more catastrophic than what was inflicted by the terrorists on September 11.  The propaganda is circulating throughout the media about how "wonderful" the Supreme Court supposedly "legalizing" homo-sexual marriage is to this country.

Jim Obergefell, the lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges that supposedly legalized same sex marriage in the United States spoke to Katie Couric outside the Supreme Court saying “It was an incredible experience to hear a Supreme Court justice talk about how my marriage, my relationship, how John and I matter. How we deserve respect and dignity and I started to feel a lot more like a full, equal American at that moment.”  (The case arose because Obergefell was denied the supposed "right" to be mentioned on the death certificate of his "husband" who died in 2013 because their home state of Ohio does not recognize homosexual marriage.)

First of all, this contention that he was treated with inequality is specious.  The fact is that before the recent immoral avalanche, NO American had the right to "marry" another person of the same sex, just as no American has the right to wed multiple individuals, children or animals for that matter - because it is immoral.  That is not inequality as there are actions that none of us have the legal right to commit.  The laws applied to every American.  These rogue judges in black robes may say what they want but it isn't right and it isn't legal.  Second, the court does not have the right to "legalize" anything under the constitution of the United States.

Here's a thought for those who still believe in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, ostensibly the Christian Church and Jews who take their God's ordinances seriously.  The federal court giving national approbation to a sin that has without fail brought obliteration, sack and plunder upon every civilization in world history that has embraced it should bring us to our knees.   

"Perhaps the definitive work on the rise and fall of civilization was written back in the thirties by an Oxford anthropologist. In Sex and Culture, a study of 86 human civilizations ranging from Rome to Tahiti, J.D. Unwin found that a society’s destiny is tied inseparably to the limits it imposes on sexual expression. The highest levels of social development are reached only by cultures that practice what Unwin called “absolute monogamy,” in which marriage is limited to one man and one woman, sexual outside marriage is not tolerated, and divorce is prohibited..."  Read more of  Gay ‘Marriage,’ Distant Consequences 

The Sunday following June 26, 2015 should be one of national mourning as we saw in the book of Nehemiah, with Ezra's prayer in Chapter 9 concluding with an acknowledgement of Israel's sins.  What is taking place is just the beginning of a direct war declaration against the nuclear family and the church.   What will assuredly follow is the kind of attack that the homosexual activists have launched against bakers and photographers and other businesses that refused to give commendation and participate in their "wedding" ceremonies.   Those test cases were just warm-ups for the onslaught to follow.

The day is coming America, very quickly, in which churches and Pastors are going to face the ultimatum to abandon the God they profess by performing these wedding ceremonies and also to cease what Caesar deems the "hate crime" of speaking out against homosexual behavior.

This Sunday should be a sobering Sunday in which most planned sermons should be put on the back-burner as they were following the attacks on 9-11-2001.  I have no intention of minimizing the atrocity of the terror attacks that took place in the physical realm.  The fact is that the terrorists had not the capacity to destroy this once mighty country.  However, what just took place at the hands of the "Supreme" Court will have the capacity to bring this nation to ruin as they shake their fist at the God who made this country prosper for almost 240 years.

We look back and ask rhetorically "where was the church when a small atheist minority took God out of the public square in the 1960s?"  We ask "where was the church after Roe vs. Wade?"  This is our final chance to stand up and be counted after this day that will live in infamy.  How will the church respond this Sunday?  Many with much to lose financially will elect to become part of the leftist's state churches.  At the rate the government is moving, the true and faithful American church will be forced underground as much of the church has long been throughout the globe under the threat of persecution and martyrdom.