Monday, March 05, 2007

The State of the Left

Are the Principals of the Democratic Party Sincere?

Observation: I have heard more democrats today mention the words "I hope" when describing how they feel about the surge in Iraq. What's wrong with "kick ass", get the job done, (victory), and then bring most of our troops home? Do you "hope" we win? Do you hope there is a finality to all this? Really?

Questions that need to be ask:

If God, (or some other supreme being that you believed in) suddenly appeared on the planet, and told all that listened, that He would grant one complete generation the gift of total world peace with only one condition, and that was that George W. Bush would be in charge, would you accept that gift?

If the war in the ME could suddenly come to an end, and every one of our brave comrades could come home, and if every person that lost a limb suddenly had them grow back----- but George W. Bush had to still be in charge, could you accept these conditions?

If world hunger could end tomorrow if we simply gave GW another four years, would you go for that?

If a dozen Ann Coulter's and Rush Limbaugh’s suddenly ceased to exist, (let’s throw in every evangelical preacher you ever detested), but George W. Bush was still in charge, could you make that choice? I DON'T THINK SO!

You see this is the severity of your derangement and hypocrisy. Because you would sacrifice everything that we all profess to care about as long as Bush is no longer leading this nation, your principals of "power first" comes to light.

I would submit that the stability of mankind is not your wish or agenda. Your "leadership", (and the power machine of your biased mainstream media), to this day dangerously puts control and power ahead of the safety and security of this nation. Your attacks on Christianity and the fear that a president can believe in a loving God that promises eternal life eats away at the very soul of this nation. No where in the scriptures does it say that God commands you accept Him, the choice is left up to each of us. And yet many see Christianity as a threat to our society. While the very principals of the Ten Commandments has ingrained itself into the founding of this great nation, and has been the guidelines that is the product of a civil society, many now seem to reject these principals as a threat to their civil liberties.

Is this the dawn of a secular-progressive nation that rejects a great deal of the moral principals that once made this the most "united" nation in the world? Under the disguise of diversity? If this is the case before us, then we should certainly remove the words "One nation under God" and "In God We Trust" forever from our vocabulary. To not do so would be at the least......hypocritical.

Update: Michael Medved has an excellent essay on "Why liberals are right to hate the Ten Commandments"

No comments: