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So as we watch things unfolding in the current administration, we know that as bad as things get, God will only allow it to succeed to a point. Just as Babylon was ultimately overcome by the Medes-Persians, who were defeated by Alexander the Great, whose kingdom was divided up among his generals and eventually, Rome replaced it, so too will current governments exist only for as long as they play a part in God’s end time calendar. They will exist not one day more than slated to do so.
We have people like Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, and too many others to list here who have spent their lives since the original 9/11 trying to educate people in America about the dangers of radical Islam. For their trouble, they are often maligned by the left and called bigots and worse by people who are either agents of Islam, or individuals who truly do not understand the framework in which radical Islamists think.
It seems that every day, Obama’s actions become more contemptible. The way he stutters after this segments because he’s dealing no less than three scandals that Jay Carney refuses to accept as scandals.
In spite of the statements in the IG report, it appears that harassing letters from the IRS to conservative groups came, not just from Cincinnati, but also from Washington, DC headquarters as well as California offices of the IRS. Lest we also forget, officials from the IRS actually apologized not for the appearance of unfairly targeting conservative groups, but for actually targeting them. How did the IG miss the obvious?
I’ll say right up front that I have not made up my mind completely one way or another with respect to Common Core. I’m still reading and researching. At the same time, I know that many have come out against it and are vehement in their resistance to Common Core. They have their reasons.
The UN wants to accomplish a number of things. It wants an International Criminal Court established in The Hague. They would have the power to arrest and charge anyone in the world and even have the power to remove constitutional rights from Americans. In essence, the UN sees this criminal court as higher than America’s Constitution. America would lose her sovereignty to the UN.
So what is the actual problem with Benghazi anyway? Clinton, in a show of angry desperation, yelled “What difference does it make?” in response to what she probably considers to be badgering when she testified before Congress. Is it really that important? So four Americans died. So what? Isn’t that simply part of the legitimate problem faced by Americans when they are in hostile areas? You can certainly think that if you’d like, but we need to remember that these murdered individuals were there on behalf of and representing America in official capacities.
They hate. Unfortunately, they do not hate the laziness, stupidity, asinine, and even deliberate criminal behavior of those within the black subculture. They excuse it, blaming it on something outside of these folks. They deliberately ply the black subculture with baubles and trinkets that, as Starkes says, will dry up one day. It keeps them quiet and somewhat satisfied now, while allowing the fires of hatred to continue burning within them.