Skip to comments.American Conservatism at the Alamo
Posted on 01/19/2010 7:08:42 PM PST by The Ignorant Fisherman
Today Conservatism in America - and in the world - is at the Alamo of its existence. As we shall see, there is no way that we as a nation - let alone a global society - can survive the devastating impact of the past 50 years. We are at the imploding point even now. The American structure is ready to collapse by the over burden load of godlessness and decadence placed on it by the American people. The dam is about to burst, and the lawlessness flood of oppression, tyranny, global war and human catastrophe is soon to deluge the United States of America and the entire world.
We should not be deceived by the Brown victory or any other conservative/moderate victories (2010); though exciting as it would be. The true heart of the American people has NOT changed for the better. It is what it has always been over these last 50 years, licentious and haughty. Even now many conservatives have been subtly intoxicated and tainted by socialism, godlessness and the immoral practices of the Left (Jer. 6: 16,17, Matt 15:8, 18-20). Except for a core of faithful true conservatives (fiscal and moral), the movement would have faded away years ago. For Example; the Republican administration and congress of the last 8 years. What makes you think that the heart of these politicians or the American people has changed or will change? It hasn't and it won't. With these victories - Scott Brown or a 2010 win - all that we will be witnessing are the last struggling convulsions of a decadent nation on the precipice of total collapse. I have absolutely no pleasure in making this statement. In fact it is with a grieving heart.
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dude you are totally harshing my mellow
yo my dawg... don’t want to be hating..but...just looking thru all the fluff the R to the E to the A to the L to the I to the T to the Y.. reality..
The Brown thing is encouraging, but it is a drop in the bucket compared to how far we have to go to turn our country around. Is there hope? I like to think so. I know that even Manasseh, as evil as he was, repented, and was able to undo some of the bad that he had done. God isn't interested in systems, but people, so with that in mind, I know He will take care of His own, should He allow (or cause) the system to crash.