"It was for freedom that Christ has set us free..." Gal 5:1



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Republicans (and others) would like to see Barack Obama be a one term President.

Will this happen?

I don’t know. Maybe. Hopefully. But I do NOT feel like I can depend on American voters to throw him out based on principle. It is really a matter of luck. If people feel that the economy is improving in the short run they will re-elect Obama. If they feel that the immediate economic future is bleak they will vote for the other guy.

It’s almost a matter of luck.

Wouldn’t it be nice if voters were interested in what principles would give us LONG TERM prosperity?

And what about liberty? Is anyone really concerned about THAT?

Are we willing to keep sliding into a socialist tyranny as long as it FEELS like the economy is getting better?

If I had to choose between “the economy” being “better” or being FREE to pursue my own destiny I would choose FREEDOM.

After all of these years of blogging here I am still THIRSTY FOR FREEDOM.

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I would rather have freedom in God than “help” from the government. God please make me strong enough to stand before You and not before the governments of man!

From AmericanVision.org:

The reservation Indian is becoming less self-sufficient and more dependent upon what he calls “the Great White Father in Washington.” Instead of freedom, the Indian has government-guaranteed “security.” Instead of individual responsibility, he has a government bureau to handle his personal affairs. There are special laws governing his right to own land and to spend tribal money. Under that system of bondage it would surprise no one to find that many thousands of Indians have remained uneducated, hungry, diseased, and mismanaged.

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From FoxNews.com.

“The effort of home schooling registration by the state is a government ‘solution’ for a problem that doesn’t exist,” he said. “Study after study shows that home-schoolers consistently outperform the rest of the country in basic skill sets.”

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