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America’s Precious Right—The Vote

Today is the start of early voting for those of us in Florida. So, I started thinking: Have you ever experienced one of those times when something happens and it’s not funny, but you laugh hysterically? At the birthday party I attended on Saturday a little two-year-old boy named Sean walked right in front of a nine-year-old boy swinging on a swing. The swing was at just the right height to perform a clothesline style move better than WWF fans have ever seen. Let’s just say little Sean was not a happy camper after that experience, but surprisingly it wasn’t one minute later that he was laughing and having fun again, ready to run back in front of the same swing. Thankfully his mother was there to make sure that didn’t happen.

Watching that story unfold reminded me of America. God allows something to happen that brings our nation to its knees, and forces us to cry out to Him. Then, just a few short days, or months, or years later, we are back running after the same thing that brought us to our knees. America, do we really want to be a socialist state? Do we really want to exchange our freedoms, our liberty, our land, and our children’s future, for which men and women have paid the ultimate sacrifice to give to us, for a little bit of comfort right now? Are we willing to let our few representatives and senators vote America to its knees?

I want to encourage you to do something that will matter this election season. Find out who is running to represent you. Learn who will be the best, then tell others to vote for that person and the reasons for it.

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8 Responses to America’s Precious Right—The Vote

  1. Lance Grey August 9, 2010 at 10:37 am #

    and watch those trick-question referendums! Every spending project has a purse to control.

  2. H. Bosma August 10, 2010 at 6:16 am #

    Personally I would be more worried about a religion-based government, than a socialist.
    There would be no comfort at all, not quick or on the long term.
    In the US, the current discomfort is created by the christian view of Bush c.s. and not by socialism.

    Why do Christians always feel they are superior?

    Science for instance, would be greatly compromise, and not just evolutionary research, but also medical and technological.

    Please be sensible with your vote.

  3. Amy Rodrigues August 10, 2010 at 8:03 am #

    It is very difficult to regain any freedoms after they have been lost, or given away. Vote for candidates who believe in our REPUBLIC, and are patriots.

  4. Rocky Salit August 10, 2010 at 2:34 pm #

    Amy, how do you determine a “patriot”?

    Patriot means one who loves, supports, and defends one’s country. Are you saying that there are politicians claiming to hate, not support and not defend the country? Can you cite an example of this?

  5. Maria Jose Diaz Garcia /Association AMA August 10, 2010 at 4:33 pm #

    It is so sad that the choice of candidates is usually the same and the Big Money Boys know how to control both the Right and the Left. Read “The Shadows of Power” found on this website to enlighten you about who really calls the shots. Also Daniel Estulin’s book “The True Story of the Bilderburgers” is another eye opener. Our vote usually ends up meaning nothing as the powers that be manipulate whoever wins to gain ground on some program that helps their One-World agenda. The politicians end up puppets and the money boys are pulling the strings. If the puppets don’t dance the right tune they soon lose their seat or office to another more obedient politician. So don’t be fooled by the right or the left, they are all in the same ball park, playing the same game deceiving you into believing you really are free when the sad truth is you have no freedom except to chose between Pepsi and Coke etc.

  6. Eric Hovind August 11, 2010 at 2:08 pm #

    Rocky, I think that our current president would be a great example!

  7. H. Bosma August 12, 2010 at 1:22 am #

    @ Eric
    Can you give one example of Barack Obama’s hate towards the US. Isn’t he defending your country and looking after it.

    Maybe his decisions aren’t always what you would perceive as the best solution, he is looking doing it in the best interest of all Americans and not just for you.

  8. Jon Richt August 13, 2010 at 9:49 am #

    Mr. Hovind, why are you lying about Barack Obama? While I don’t lay claim to knowledge about what he feels about the United States, I guarantee he would reject the idea that he hates it.

    Claiming that someone who runs this country in a way you disagree with hates it is a lie – and you know it.