Monday, July 19, 2010

Can you handle the truth?

OK, I've been tiptoeing around a lot of issues on this blog. I said in the beginning that it wouldn't be that kind of blog. But it's becoming increasingly difficult to avoid the messy stuff of late. And, in fairness, I warned you recently that I'd be stepping out of the closet soon.

Here goes:

I think Obama is a joke. I have never felt so unrepresented by an American president in my life. It has nothing to do with his color; it has everything to do with his unspoken agenda, his lies about his supposed Christianity, his habitual favoritism to all things socialist, and his general lack of life and work experience. He is a figurehead, a pretty front-man for a party that longs to rule things inadequately and expensively.

I could turn this into a serious bashing post, but so many others have done it better than I could that I will hold my tongue.

However, I will include these links for your horror and edification:

Regarding the Gulf oil spill disaster, go here.

If you want to feel ill about potential taxes, go here and here.

If you want to question why he pushed his radical Christian minister in our faces, go here.

And if you are still thinking that he has a clue about what this country needs. please go back to "Go." Do not collect $200. Reread everything that is available to you—NOT in the mainstream media, his pandering accomplices, but in the real, gritty, hardcore media of honest people. Please join me in being horrified about NASA's new mission, as explained here.

My fellow Americans, I beseech you: see what is before you. FRAUD. CHICANERY. DOOM.

I continue my prayer that God will have mercy on this country. I ask you to join me. Remember how our great country began here.

The first step to solving a problem is admitting that you have a problem...right? It's not too late to reclaim this place. Damage is done—but it's been done before.


chris h. said...

Mel, you know I'm with you...hoping/praying for a favorable election this year and an end to this horrible administration in 2012. But let's hear from some people who did vote for him. Still happy with your decision?

Cari Skuse said...

I'm with you too, Miss. I agree wholeheartedly. I didn't vote for O, and I only know of a few who did, but they're not talking.
I am so tired of a government that seems not to care at all what the citizens want. Who is really behind all of this? I know O isn't. He's not that smart or powerful, just full of socialist ideas of how the world *should* work, like all those who "work" at colleges.