I was listening to the news radio 980am this morning and they were giving soundbytes of some Kansas City students. The first soundbyte was of some High Schoolers chanting “Alpha..Omega..Alpha..Omega..Alpha..Omega.” When the chanting stopped one student said, “Because of Obama, I can become a doctor.” Another, “Because of Obama, I can become an Auto Technician… ” and so on.
After that soundbyte, another one with a little kid singing “Obama will change the world…” When I heard that, my palms began to sweat. Are we putting our hope in a man? Are our kids and young people becoming brainwashed? This is a little too close to that for my comfort.
Then a soundbyte was played of Obama walking through a crowd shaking hands and in the background you could hear women screaming as if he was a rock star of some sort. Really people. I echo what Glen Beck said, as a nation “George Washington would turn in his grave if he heard that.”
I wish, as a country, we would put our faith in a God as much as we have put our faith in a man. I am not endorsing either canidate in this post, but one man cannot change a nation.
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I find it interesting all these delusional chants and raves are directed at a person who said, and I quote:"In case you missed it, this week, there was a tragedy in Kansas. Ten thousand people died — an entire town destroyed."// Greensburg Kansas tornado that killed 12 people.— Barack Hussein ObamaWho also said, and I quote . . "The point I was making was not that Grandmother harbors any racial animosity. She doesn't. But she is a typical white person, who, if she sees somebody on the street that she doesn't know, you know, there's a reaction that's been bred in our experiences that don't go away and that sometimes come out in the wrong way, and that's just the nature of race in our society."— Barack Hussein ObamaThe preceding statements, made by Barack Hussein Obama, is one of numerous examples of the perfidious bloviating offered through the reckless chatter of Obama's campaign. All of this despicable and dishonest political clamor is infuriating. But hey, let's give Barrack some credit – he's at least been consistent in one aspect of his campaign . . . dishonesty and deception. The B. Hussein Obama regime just doesn't get it, and sadly they never will!- Chad –