CommentsIt's MUCH MORE than the economy, Stupid! Clinton got away with that outrageous distraction, but every true American now knows that our culture, our values, our way of life are under attack. It's NOT the economy that matters most right now, as critical as our financial situation is. The first order of business for a president who wants to repair our national maladies, will be to re-introduce Americans to the founding principles of faith, family, and liberty. Once these priorities are restored, we will be able to make the right choices to repair the economy. We must rise as one to the challenges posed by Islamic jihad against our culture. Islam is not a religion - it is an ideology. We must recognize the enemy within and act to neutralize the deleterious effects of this cancer. We must renew our commitment to God and community, as individuals, not by order of the all-powerful federal government. Unless and until this happens we cannot recover from the fatal illusion of "It's the economy, Stupid" the rallying cry of the left to put us all off guard about what REALLY MATTERS -
our national soul.
Posted by pearl on 02/29 at 12:59 PM | #
It’s the Economy, Stupid!
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It is interesting to see how intently foreigners are watching the run-up to the 2012 national elections, particularly as regards whether President Obama could be reelected. Hardly a day goes by that I do not receive inquiries from places like South Africa, Israel, or England. Some offer comments on my Facebook page, but the concern is the same, can Obama be defeated?More...
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