September 14, 2006

Boehner Hits A Nerve

There has been so much in the news the last few days I can’t even begin to comment on them all. Life in these United States, where our representative leaders are in view, has gotten down right bizarre if not surreal.
Over the past couple years, President Bush has been called every vile name in our vocabulary; he has been charged with taking America to war by lying, charged with ordering Americans killed in Iraq and all for oil; he has been charged with blowing up the twin towers; spying on Americans and now there is even a feature length movie out about the assassination of the President—the liberal fantasy.
Names like, Pilosi, Reid, Kennedy, Feinstein, Schumer, Kerry, and a list to long to enumerate, go hand in hand with lies, pejorative statements or epithets concerning President Bush. And yet they are all in a tizzy over a remark made by Ohio Representative John Boehner talking to reporters about discussions concerning military tribunals and terrorists.
Boehner said, "I listen to the questions today and I listen to my Democrat friends, and I wonder if they are more interested in protecting the terrorists than protecting the American people…"
That’s it. That’s what has them outraged. Maybe you’re scratching your head like me. I’ve been saying that for about the last 4 years, is that really a startling thought to them?

It is simply that liberals want to have sole possession of the microphone of free speech. They demand the right to say ANYTHING, and everything with impunity, even the most bald faced lies conceivable by a warped liberal mind, but when a conservative says something downright reasonable but contains barbs of truth, they snit and fume demanding utter censorship. The always amusing John Kerry said, “I’m not interested in asking Mr. Boehner for a clarification or a retraction or even an apology. His statement was very clear, and equally despicable. His words are beyond redemption.” If Boehner’s statement is beyond redemption, then Kerry—in light of his track record--doesn’t even have a prayer.
Kerry added, “They are, however, sadly, what we’ve come to expect in politics today.” Well I should say so, and on that score, Kerry and his ilk are “trend-setters-supremus.”
The fact is, liberals would have our country in a pile of terrorist rubble if they had their policies in place. They just don’t understand the wickedness of evil still believing that everyone can be talked into holding hands singing Kumbaya.

We cannot play God that is for certain but neither can we ignore timeless principles we see as God attempted to lead His people into a place of peace. His demand for that peace was, “drive the inhabitants of the land out completely.” The reason was simple; try and domesticate wickedness and it will destroy you. (read Joshua and Judges for numerous examples of this principle)

The night is getting darker, and the light brighter and some people’s eyes are burning. We’re in for a long, nasty ride.


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