Call me stupid but I can't tell ~what~ this article actually says. ;~D
Agreed. I'm very displeased with Bush's policies on socialized health care, immigration, and trade. If there wasn't so much at stake at this election through a Kerry win I would vote for the Constitution Party. Too bad that's not the case.
The Medicare prescription program benefits few elderly. With a $350 million -- whoops, make that $500 billion -- budget, it is a Jobs-For-Life program for bureaucrats, complete with $4000-a-month pensions at the end.
a. Terrorism, and
b. Appointment of more liberal activist judges
I would be casting my vote for the Constitution Party candidate. I'm almost cynical enough to believe that the Administration is using the War on Terror like Big Brother's perpetual wars in "1984". At times the similarities are chilling.
Be careful. Bush has an "R" next to his name, so we have to praise on this board him no matter what he does or suffer the wrath of the mindless minions who gladly embrace socialism when it is fed to them by the party that appears on their voter registration card.
And Nixon went to China.
One world goverment is prophecied about in the book of Daniels, Isiah and Revelations. It gets fairly descriptive in detail and accurate.
According to scripture, one world goverment control is firmly established under anti-christ and lasts 3 1/2 years. It starts out looking very promising but then major attrocities begin being commited and the Christ returns to end it.
Revelations says Christ and those on earth chosen to do battle with the beast. I take this literally to mean a massive rebellion against the attrocities which causes the one world anti-christ goverment to collapse and then a 1,00 year reign of peace.
The only way you're going to change the welfare mentality of the people is by changing their hearts and minds. Where they lie, politics will follow.