I can truthfully say I have never felt such ambivalence about our great nation's future on any 4th of July. Even last year, as depressing as it was to have our first overtly anti-American President of America, it seemed inevitable that he would be thwarted...that the Dhimms--and the lamestream media-- would have critical defections...and that the damage he'd be able to do wd be limited.
I was wrong.
The Dhimms--including Ben Nelson, elected by the most Republican state in the nation--gulped down the health-care Kool-Aid. The media maintained a truly Soviet monolithicism. The GOP never created an effective alliance with the great Tea Party citizens to really frighten the traitor class, and so were largely irrelevant. (Tho they at least avoided co-endorsing the Obamunist agenda, to their credit).
All the while, those filthy Dhimms have been secretly stashing away phony "voters" by the millions onto the state rolls, in anticipation of blunting the GOP in 2010, and permanently marginalizing it in 2012.
I fear they will be successful. And have no doubt: if they are, our country is finished.
The great historians teach us that the lifespan of even the greatest republics is about 200 years. Although our country is 234 years old today, our Republic is more accurately 221 years.
Let me ask you a question: what portion of American high-school graduates below the age of 40 can accurately tell you what a "republic" is on this July 4th? 10%? 20?
And not to go all Biblical here, but there is a very famous line from Genesis 12, referring to Israel: "I will bless those who bless you, and him who dishonors you I will curse." Is Obama's unprecedented contempt--truly "dishonor"-- for Israel merely a symptom of our nation's gross decline, or is it setting in motion a dynamic of events that will finish us off? Recall that, while Obama is a uniquely anti-Israel president, our "Department of State" has had an anti-Israel animus since before that state's rebirth in 1948.
Well, I am sitting here in central Florida, with a nice load of fireworks, but because of the constant rain (yesterday, too), it just doesn't feel like the 4th of July. It is as if God is trying to tell us something.
Sunday, July 4, 2010