“The government we have is not the government that we need,” Obama said yesterday at the White House. “Our economy has fundamentally changed — as has the world — but our government, our agencies, have not.”
Bloomberg reported yesterday Obama’s chilling remarks. A previous statement of the president of dubious citizenship also comes to mind:
“It’s time to fundamentally change the way that we do business in Washington. To help build a new foundation for the 21st century, we need to reform our government so that it is more efficient, more transparent, and more creative. That will demand new thinking and a new sense of responsibility for every dollar that is spent.”
Perhaps it’s time to pull out the old dictionary so there be no misunderstanding.
Fundamental – “of or serving as a foundation or core; of central importance”
Foundation, central importance – isn’t he targeting our Constitution? Yes, indeed he is. So far, in part thanks to George Bush, he has successfully dismantled two of our first Ten Amendments: One and Four.
Whatever your traditional voting history or that of your family, it’s time for Americans to stand against fascism. Okay, okay, okay – I know, it’s politically incorrect to use words like “fascism”, “socialism”, “communism” and “tyranny” when speaking about you-know-who.
(Shhh! We must take great care when speaking ‘the name’ because, according to his own press briefings, he is monitoring our tweets and Facebook postings.)
Liberty, once lost, is lost forever. – John Adams, 1775
Is there hope? Yes, IF. If, what? If you choose to vote him and his co-conspirators out of office this year. Are you registered to vote? Can’t vote if you’re not registered. Do you understand the peril enough to motivate yourself to get your neighbors to the polls? If you answer ‘yes’ to these few questions and you know how to pray, then, yes, there is hope.
On your way to the place of prayer, read 2 Chronicles 7:14.