Bring It On!

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November 4, 2008

That's in the sense of the election, of course. Geesh! It is time to get it over with one way or the other. And I'm certain most Americans agree.

However, I am also referring to this bit by Fred Barnes in the event of an Obama win.

We Could Be In for a Lurch to the Left A President Obama would not face the same constraints as his Democratic predecessors.

He makes some excellent points as to why the usual restrictions on a shift too far Left don't exist in the media and inside the Beltway. But there is this:

Card check is overwhelmingly unpopular with the American public.

It isn't just Card Check that would be unpopular with the general public if Liberals think they can simply run wild. As I mentioned to someone recently, something like the Fairness Doctrine would promptly re-bond Libertarians and Conservatives determined to give the Liberals a very tough fight in a very, very worthy cause.

Sad but true, the vast majority of the American people don't think deeply about Liberal versus Conservative and what the two ideologies actually entail. Hell, 35% of them are simply voting for "change."

But give a still center-Right country change it doesn't actually want and you'll see how quickly they tune in.

Maybe McCain pulls it out today, maybe he doesn't. And while it's too soon to start to dwell on, or even discuss it much … regardless of today's outcome, the battle for the future of this great country still goes on. 



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Comments:
  1. BobinStamford says:

    I would suggest moving to Utah. I hear the local moonies will be waiting for you with name tags and tales of Jesus crossing the Atlantic in a canoe. They smile a lot. You guys’ll love ‘em!
    Semper Fi, patriots. Chin up! Remember, the Surge WORKED!!!

  2. Kitty says:

    HillBuzz predicts a McC/Palin win:
    http://hillbuzz.wordpress.com/about/
    “This is going to go down just like Super Tuesday – where the media claimed Obama would win California, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and others…but Clinton won every state we predicted she’d win.
    In fact, we were right about every state in the primaries except Missouri, which Clinton lost by less than 1%. Otherwise, we were spot-on.”

  3. mary says:

    “Tuesday, November 04, 2008
    A Repeat of 2004 Philly Voter Chaos, Fraud
    Posted by: Amanda Carpenter at 7:46 AM
    EXCLUSIVE, DEVELOPING–
    GOP Election Board members have been tossed out of polling stations in more than half a dozen polling stations in Philadelphia because of their party status.
    A liberal judge previously ruled that court-appointed poll watchers could be NOT removed from their boards by an on-site election judge, but that is exactly what is happening.
    It is the duty of election board workers to monitor and guard the integrity of the voting process.
    Denying access to the minority (in this case Republican) poll watchers and inspectors is a violation of Pennsylvania state law. Those who violate the law can be punished with a misdemeanor and subjected to a fine of $1,000 and sent to prison between one month and two years.”
    http://townhall.com/blog/g/cf47766b-5a6d-44ab-95e7-ce60631bcadc?comments=true#comments

  4. Fred Beloit says:

    “Those who violate the law can be punished with a misdemeanor and subjected to a fine of $1,000 and sent to prison between one month and two years.”
    Do re mi mi mi:
    I asked the judge what might be my fine
    I asked the judge what might be my fine
    I asked the judge what might be my fine
    Sixty days, way on down the line.

  5. JustOneMan says:

    Gee…Black Democrats chasing out the minority party…its all clear…the Black Power movenment is rearing its ugly head…get ready America if barry wins this will be the norm…

  6. Todd says:

    You just brought back to life one of the lowlights of the Bush Administration when Bush said ”bring ‘em on”.
    Bush’s cowboy foreign policy led to disaster, and it’s one big reason he will be remembered as a failed president, and led the Republicans to the political wilderness.

  7. JustOneMan says:

    Look who is voting in barrys neighborHOOD…
    Shoesmith Elementary School this morning, where Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., will vote: Louis Farrakhan and William Ayers.

  8. Fred Beloit says:

    Turd, could you please define what “cowboy policy” means in your mind. In mine it means to herd cattle.

  9. Continuum says:

    For years the neocons held up Bush as a great conservative Republican President. Along with the Republican “Contract For America”, this was the new wave of conservatism.
    Now, you can personally thank Bush (and the Republican Congress) for the drastic American shift to the left.
    Bush himself has done more to elect Obama that any Democrat.

  10. Fred Beloit says:

    Turd said: “You just brought back to life one of the lowlights of the Bush Administration when Bush said ”bring ‘em on”.
    But, Turd, aren’t you forgetting that they brought it on in Iraq and had their asses (donkeys I mean) kicked good and proper. The U.S. military won the war in Iraq. How many times do you apes in clown suits have to be reminded of this fact?

  11. Mike H says:

    I don’t know why no one cant see the real threat here: amnesty. If the dems want to cement a 50 year plus super majority, all they would have to do is grant amnesty to every illegal in the US, and give enough notice so the floodgates can stay open for a year or so.
    This is the real threat. I am confident that an Obama win will mean that the GOP takes back the house in 2010, but with amnesty the GOP will remain an under 40% party for the next 50 years.

  12. seekeronos says:

    “— I don’t know why no one cant see the real threat here: amnesty. If the dems want to cement a 50 year plus super majority, all they would have to do is grant amnesty to every illegal in the US, and give enough notice so the floodgates can stay open for a year or so.
    This is the real threat. I am confident that an Obama win will mean that the GOP takes back the house in 2010, but with amnesty the GOP will remain an under 40% party for the next 50 years. —”
    They can, Mike…
    …and they will.
    It is over for this nation. God has declared His judgment, and so this nation will pass into the dustbin of history, just like every other empire or kingdom that once embraced the Creator, but later rejected Him.
    So also has He rejected the United States fro its dominion and stature in the community of nations, and so shall this republic be made a by-word and an object of ridicule and mocking from now on.

  13. chris says:

    “so shall this republic be made a by-word and an object of ridicule and mocking from now on.’
    Newsflash: GW Bush and his incompetence has made the US an object of ridicule and mockery for 8 years. Your party is over. Times they are a changin!!

  14. Jake says:

    “just like every other empire or kingdom that once embraced the Creator, but later rejected Him.”
    Could you give a few examples of this, please?

  15. seekeronos says:

    United Israel under Saul, David, and Solomon… and then the Kingdom of Northern Israel along with later-enduring Kingdom of Judah.
    Babylon (under Nebuchadrezzar II, who was lead to the Lord under his grand vizier, Belteshazzar a.k.a. Daniel)
    Medo-Persia (under Cyrus, king of Persia, evangelised by Nehemiah)
    The Eastern Roman Empire (which remained a stronghold of Christendom through much of the Middle Ages, denying the Papists to their west and the Mohammedans to their south and east, but eventually falling prey to excessive commercialism and acquiescence to vanities and empty tradition over the Gospel)
    The Hansa Free Cities (Hansebund) which arose in the glory of the Reformation, but later fell to lure of the love of filthy lucre… served as a counterweight to the so-called Holy Roman Empire)
    Geneva – the Calvinist “City of God”, which was a short-lived Theocracy.
    Great Britain – though nominally Christian for most of its existence following Henry VIII’s “conversion” to Protestantism, at its apogee of its national faith in the mid-to-late 1800s, English, Welsh, and Scots missionaries spanned the globe, winning souls for Christ. It was in the generation following the WW2 that the UK began its rapid descent from a god-fearing nation to a welfare state it is today, with barely 1% of its population daily seeking for God, whilst over 5% of its people are, or have become, Muslim. The Union Flag once also spread over the world, where it was said once that “the sun never sets on the British Empire”.
    And the USA has been following the UK’s example, though lagging behind it by a generation or so, in terms of its national apostasy from the True and Living God.

  16. Jake says:

    It doesn’t look as if all your examples are those of Christian ‘civilizations’ that met their demise because they gave way to filthy lucre.
    Hmmmm. God is hard to please, it seems to me. I’m thinking of small Christian groups in India, China, Iraq, many countries in Africa, Iran…. these groups are persecuted regularly. America is 80% Christian, yet we’re going down. India, for example, is 20% Christian and the Christians are persecuted. What a fine god God is. I suppose he’s not happy until he can yank the soul from a body and beckon it to Heaven or send it to hell. It’s a wonder he has anyone up there to keep him company.
    I wish God would smite some Islamist terrorists and make a decree that campaigns may only last six months.