ApacheAngel

Ramblings from Georgia

Oh, The Horror!

Posted by apacheangel on March 10, 2011

America has spoken. The citizens of these great United States have all collectively said “duuuoooh….?” Americans have what they asked for. “Not me,” you say “I voted McCain-Palin!” Bully for you. You probably voted Bush-Cheney in the past two elections. Thanks for being part of the problem.

The problem is not that there are too many liberal democrats. The problem is not ACORN. The problem is not that too many members of the Electoral College are idiots. The problem is that those in the right did nothing. They have done nothing for too many years.

You asked for another Reagan, but is that what you wanted? Reagan’s driving power was that he turned that nation to look beyond themselves, and not just to other people, but to God. Reagan was never shy about proclaiming his faith. Yet you, yes, you, elected a president, no, RE-elected a president who said that all religions are equal; A president who, after telling the American people what a religious man he was, ordered a cease-fire during Ramadan; A man who proclaimed himself a conservative, and then took away our freedoms, and grew the size of government. Stop getting behind Bush, Christian Conservative! He has no respect for the laws of God or the laws of this country.

How did McCain get the nomination? There were an awful lot of conservatives who talked about sitting out the election or even voting for a third-party or a write-in candidate because McCain was so far off base from what they believed! So, how did he end up with the nomination? Ron Paul was the most conservative. Mike Huckabee was the most unashamed of proclaiming his faith. Pick any of the other GOP candidates (with the possible exception of Rudy Giuliani) and you can find in them a candidate more appealing to the conservative base than John McCain. So, how did he get it? Did everyone say “he’s more likely to win,” or did all the Bush lovers just look at him and say “the democrats are right! He IS four more years of Bush!” We may never know why John McCain got the nomination when there was such opposition to him after he did, but one thing is certain, that the democratic voters and the republican voters did the same thing, out of all the candidates, they picked the one who would eliminate their freedoms the most, and keep their minds off of thinking about the moral issues facing this country.

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