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Dems to U.S.:"...for hate’s sake I spit my last breath at thee."

posted Nov 30, 2010, 2:14 PM by Robert Alexander   [ updated Nov 30, 2010, 2:20 PM ]

Congress to the American people; "from hell’s heart I stab at thee; for hate’s sake I spit my last breath at thee." as the expiring Democrat oligarchy make one last deadly stab at the U.S. economy with it's one good arm. Or by making one more big power grab it is like an ogre sweeping all the food into its mouth before having to leave the buffet.  However you look at it, we are in for a long winter lasting at least till 2012 in fact.  This will inevitably help send grocery prices through the rough at the same time the dollar will be dropping through the floor leaving us all out in the cold and hungry.  If you think this will at least help Republicans clean house in 2012, don’t count on it.  While we will be standing in food lines the Democrats will be doing what they do best, making the new Republican House into the scapegoat. 

As bad as all this seems, I assure you it is much worse.  Think of all of the analogies to all of the toughest times of good vs. evil and then realize the time is soon that we may run out of those analogies.  This is not just time to choose sides, fore both sides will think they are right.  This is the time you must know what is right.  You will not be able to rely on others or even the law to guide you.  You must be ready to stand on your own and know for sure what is right and then guide others if called to do so. 

Yes, you may say “things are about to get real” and in that you may find hope.  These are times of real consequence.  In these times no battle or struggle is in vain and every victory has real meaning. 

Answer for yourself these questions: Do I know why we are all here, the reason for existence?  Do I know my reason for being, at least in the broad sense or the main reason I am here?  If your answer no or you don’t have an answer, well you now at least have something to do. 

There are few greater blessing in life than to know your cause is just, your deeds are good, and your victory is assured.

--Robert Bruce Alexander
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