Archive for November, 2008

I wasn’t planning to stay up super late following the election results, and it turns out I didn’t have to.  I started checking various web sites as soon as the polls closed in my state, and within a couple hours, Obama racked up over 300 projected electoral votes and McCain congratulated him on his victory.  The fastest concession in the West.

Here’s what we have to look forward to under an Obama presidency, especially one in which the same party also has a majority in the House and Senate.  It ain’t a pretty sight.  Obama’s pick for Chief of Staff isn’t too encouraging either.  This is true for all those Obama worshipers as well.  Don’t think you’ll get off easy just because you voted for him, adored him and called him your messiah.

On the other hand, there is an awakening in America that will turn out to be stronger than the darkness that is poised to envelop us all.  It is called Freedom, and when freedom takes hold in people’s hearts, what can stand against it?  Take a look at the video and you will see that there truly is hope for America, and no, I’m not talking about Obama.

If you voted for Obama, if you supported him during his campaign, don’t be shy about joining the peaceful movement for Freedom.  It won’t be long before you find out that the “change you can believe in” is something you could never support, the “hope for America” has turned to despair, and your so-called messiah has turned out to be an antichrist.  These things happen; people make mistakes, and in any case, the election was rigged.  The important thing is to work to preserve our country’s freedom, our country’s sovereignty, and to return our country to true Constitutional government and sound money.  Obama will be a huge obstacle to these goals, but McCain would have been as well, Bush definitely was (if it hadn’t been for actions taken by Bush, Obama wouldn’t be such a frightening prospect), and leaders before Bush have been obstacles as well. 

The other thing to remember is that Obama is not president until the electors cast their votes on December 15 and those votes are counted on January 6.  There is a lot brewing and there could be some surprises between now and then.  Obama too has obstacles in his path.  He may skate by; those set on destroying our nation have already paved the way.  On the other hand, miracles still happen.  What I do know is that there will be no time for a huge sigh of relief and going back to your regular life with your head in the sand.  The price of freedom is constant vigilance, and we all need to be vigilant.  This would be true even if the absolute best, highest quality candidate became president.  It’s especially true now that it’s looking like what we’ll get instead is the bottom of the heap in terms of quality and principle.  I researched each third party candidate on the Colorado ballot and believe me, they are all head and shoulders–no, a full body length–above Obama.  We couldn’t have gotten a worse candidate to be president if we’d tried.  And, as the long list of election fraud shows, we’ll never know who our real choice was.

But if we get working on the cause of freedom starting now, we can and will get back to the point where our vote will count, where we will have real choices in the candidates running, and where once again our government will be limited to the powers specifically granted it by the Constitution.  Evil is strong, but good is even stronger.  We the People under God can be the greatest obstacle in the path of evil if we so choose.


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While it’s been a couple days since I’ve listened to the talk shows, I am positive the fear of Obama winning this election is still palpable among those opposed to him.  Some of the stuff he says sure sounds scary to me too, and I’m not particularly looking forward to waking up Wednesday morning to the prospects of an Obama presidency. 

I’ve learned that the best way to face up to fear is to imagine the worst possible situation and come up with an initial plan for dealing with it.  If an Obama presidency is that worst case scenario–and it is for many–than that’s what we need to be talking about.

I recently got a rather lengthy “prophecy” through email about how the American people are on the verge of electing the most ungodly president in history and how that was an awful thing.  I definitely would prefer a God-fearing man or woman in the White House.  But after reading the email, I couldn’t help but be hit over the head with the fact that there is one reason why an ungodly president is such a frightening prospect.  The reason is because now the president has way more power than he’s ever had and way more power than the Constitution gave him.  The Founding Fathers understood that people are fallible, even at times downright evil, and they wanted to protect the nation from being taken down by such a person.  So they instituted the system of limited government with checks and balances.  Were the Constitution being followed today, it would still be problematic that someone as extreme as Obama was a serious contender, but the damage he could do would be limited.  Now, I think a huge part of the fear of an Obama presidency is that we really don’t know just how far he’ll be able to go.  There’s a sense that once he’s elected, we’re going to be turning him loose with all this power and few limits.  A Godly president might handle that situation just fine, at least for a time, but someone like Obama?  Who knows what he’s going to do?  His statements and his record aren’t all that encouraging–he comes across as the type who’ll stop at nothing to get his way.

There’s also the issue of his citizenship.  We’ve beaten the birth certificate issue to death here, and it’s clear that no one in government who might have any remote responsibility with verifying this has any interest in doing the right thing.  But beyond that, there’s the whole Indonesia side and the very real question of whether Obama attending school in Indonesia meant that his American citizenship was renounced as it would have had to have been for anyone else attending school at the time.  We are facing the prospect of having a president who is not even an American citizen, and for some strange reason, the people who should care don’t want to be bothered.  Court after court throws the case out, basically saying regular citizens have no right to question a candidate’s right to be on the ballot.  It turns out it’s not really the states’ jobs to verify the eligibility of the candidate, and the party running a candidate is apparently under no obligation to properly vet that candidate either.  And the voters have nothing to say on the matter.  More suits are being planned, and this no doubt will continue well after tomorrow.

But it’s looking more and more likely that Obama will skate right through all the court mess and get innaugurated as our president, citizen or not, and if we don’t like it, well that’s just too darn bad.

What we have going on right now is a major Constitutional crisis.  The Constitution has been steadily eroded for years and this election could deal it another serious blow–this one could even be fatal.  It is important to realize that the reasons for this crisis are true regardless of who wins the election tomorrow.  McCain as president will have lots of unconstitutional powers just like Obama will.  McCain does seem to be a more decent person than Obama, so if he wins, the people who voted for him will figure they have reprieve from any serious problems for the next four years again.  Then when the next presidential election rolls around, there will be the same kind of fear there is now because what if the really evil guy (who will certainly be even worse than Obama) wins?  This is a very insecure position to be in.  I would much rather we went back to a governmental system where it would be embarrassing if a bad president got in, but not damaging.  We could all survive four years of bad Obama jokes, but can we survive four years of bad Obama policy?  With all the extra powers he’ll get as president, we really don’t know.

Given that we have good reason to worry, here is a reason that we should relax about the election outcome, at least for a few days.  My own study has convinced me that there is a shadow government and a secret agenda at work in this country.  The shadow government consists of the powerful financiers who use their great wealth to manipulate political events to benefit them.  The agenda is to bring the whole world into a one world government where they get to be kings and the rest of us get to be serfs or prisoners.  These people use their power to manipulate nations (including ours) into getting involved in wars.  They use their power to engineer financial crises such as the one we are currently in.  They use their power to make sure they stay in power and that only their own handpicked people get to be leaders.  They rig and manipulate our elections.  For those who want to verify what I just said, ample information can be found at such web sites as Freedom Force, InfoWars, Prison Planet, and News with Views, to name but a few.

With that in mind, it is my belief that this current election has been rigged and the winner has been decided months ago by the shadow government.  I very much believe in voting and I did vote, but I’m under no illusion that my vote actually means anything to anyone but me.  Here is a partial list of the numerous vote fraud incidents covering everything from registration fraud to outright hacking of the voting machines.  Without actually reading a single article listed, you should get a good sense of the magnitude of the problem just by the miniscule size of the scroll bar.  Even if it’s all just random fraud, there is enough of it to distort the actual poll results to the point where we have no way of knowing what the will of the people truly is.  I happen to believe underneath all that fraud is a plan to rig the elections to yield a certain outcome.

I can think of three possible scenarios for a rigged election.  1.  McCain is the pick and Obama is the useful idiot running against him, meaning that no matter how people vote and no matter what the newspaper polls say, McCain is going to win this election.  2.  Obama is the pick and McCain is the useful idiot running against him, and Obama will win no matter how people vote.  3.  Both Obama and McCain are good Globalist team players and it honestly doesn’t matter to the power brokers which one it is as long as it’s one of the two, meaning that the voters will have some say in the outcome by how they vote but that say is going to be diluted by the evident fraud that is still present and it wasn’t a real choice anyway.  Since the election has already been decided, it’s going to play out according to plan and while you should definitely vote on the principle of the matter, there’s no use in worrying about the outcome.

So what should we do if that outcome is Obama?  Well, I would say the same things you should do if the outcome happens to be McCain.  The issues that got our country to this critical point are true no matter which of the two it is.  We need to work hard to take back the power we have through our vote.  We need to do our part to end the massive fraud going on.  My suggestion is to persuade all counties and states to go back to paper ballots where real people count each and every ballot under the watchful eyes of whoever wants to be there for the count.  I don’t have a problem with scanning ballots to get initial results, but the results aren’t official until the ballots are handcounted, preferably more than once.  The other thing we need to focus our efforts on is restoring the rule of the Constitution.  We need to hold our elected officials accountable to evaluating legislation based on its constitutionality.  If it’s not permitted by the Constitution, they need to vote no on it no matter how good the intentions behind the legislation are.  We need to educate ourselves on the Constitution, what it says, what it means, and what the Founding Fathers intended.  Apparently, James Madison took notes of the various meetings where people were discussing the wording of the Constitution.  Any doubts as to the intent of a particular passage can be found in those notes.  We need to work hard to educate our fellow citizens about the Constitution and what a government that operates within its Constitutional limits would look like.  These are some foundational issues which need to be addressed quickly if our country is to survive as a sovereign nation and if we will continue as a free people.  The beauty of these issues is that because they are so basic, they are hardly partisan, and people can accept that they are important no matter who they voted for.  So, anyone who is aware that our country needs to go back to basics can help the cause.

Once we have our vote back and everything unconstitutional is eliminated, we will be well on our way to resolving the myriad other issues that plague us and which the politicians harp on but can’t seem to find solutions for.  The solutions are actually in our hands and we need to implement them.  The things that are broken about our nation are broken no matter who wins the sham election tomorrow.  For this reason, it’s time to quit worrying about who will win and get to work with what we can do.  Although wresting control of our nation and our destiny from the Globalists is not going to be easy, especially since they are so close to achieving their goals, it is still possible.  After this election, I am going to take a bit of a breather from politics while I contemplate where I can best use my talents to help in the cause of freedom.  Then I will get started on my part.  I would encourage you to do the same.  When you’re ready, check out both Freedom Force and Campaign for Liberty to get ideas and contacts to help you get started.

We can take this country back if we all do our part… even if it is Obama.

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Fall backwards

I hate when this happens:  I stay up too late on the eve of the fall clock change, and wake up in the dark to attend an early Mass, only to realize that I could have slept an extra hour as the Mass starts an hour later.  Luckily I’ll just feel the effects of sleeping in tomorrow instead.

I’m not sure how effective the changes made to daylight savings time by the Energy Policy Act of 2005 have been in actually saving energy.  I don’t see how changing the clocks makes much difference in the end, and it probably cost lots of money to study and implement the proposed changes.  But there are two things I’m grateful for concerning the change.

On Friday evening, my husband and I took our daughters trick-or-treating around the neighborhood.  Not only was it a pleasant, balmy evening, but it was light!  Ever since I’ve had a child–and my oldest daughter’s first trick-or-treating adventure occurred when she was still newborn–I’ve noticed that the fall backwards time occurred the Sunday before Halloween and that never made sense to me.  It assured that all the fairies, princesses, animals, ghosts, Harry Potter characters, and sometimes presidential candidates would all be walking the streets in pictch dark and in most places, freezing.  Finally, someone got smart and postponed the time change by a week, and the streets of our small town were filled with happy and warm trick-or-treaters making their rounds.  We ventured a little farther than usual, so it was dark by the time we returned home, but it certainly didn’t start off that way.

The other thing I’m thankful for is that the fall time period is shorter.  If I could have it my way I’d just leave the clocks on daylight savings time all year because I’d much rather wake up in the dark than be driving home from work at 5pm in the dark.  I would prefer to preserve my daylight hours in the evening.  However, no one ever consults with  me on these decisions.  Still, at least they shortened the evening dark time by several weeks.

In this tense time before the election you have to count your blessings, right?  This year, if you vote after work, you’ll still be voting in the dark, but at least you got to take your kids out trick-or-treating while it was still light.

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