Posts filed under ‘temple mount’
Most of the characters are very difficult to relate to. For the most part, they are decent actors who say their lines and obviously found their marks for the cameras. There is also action as well, but overall, the the characters created by the actors are not that engaging. They tend to be skin deep and that’s about it, though they obviously tried to present a more than one-dimensional character.
Ever since the Sandy Hook situation, people have over-reacted regarding situations that involve guns. I read recently that a 7-year-old student was suspended for carving his breakfast into a shape that somewhat resembled a gun.  The teacher who saw him do it got “mad” at him. Look, we all know how dangerous strawberry tarts can be once they have been modeled to look like guns!
Kingston goes onto say that this is exactly why he and other fiscal conservatives voted “no” because they didn’t want to raise the debt ceiling again and the spending reductions “specifically protected the main problem – entitlements and welfare.” Raising the debt ceiling could lead to another credit downgrade for the country. Making sensible cuts while possibly adding certain tax revenues would be much more intelligent. Then again, we are talking about the way it works in Washington.
Marston was recently caught with his foot completely in his mouth in an email response he sent to one Joanna Johnson-Smith, who is the main organizer of a 2nd Amendment Rally. Before I go any further, let me say that this idea that is routinely bandied about that 92% of Americans want an assault on certain weapons is really nuts, yet because this figure is noted often, people accept it as truth.
There is really quite a list of events and situations where the Obama administration has kowtowed to Islam and individual Muslims. One can only wonder why this is the case. I believe it has a great deal to do with what I have discussed before; that the global elite is so busy using the Muslim Brotherhood to topple one regime after another (eventually to be replaced with something else entirely) that they are trying to give the illusion that Islam is above the law.
I went to the Sears page on a social network site and noted how often Christians who had posted their disapproval of SNL’s recent skit essentially mocking Jesus. These folks were castigated by others who came along after them to post their responses that were often sarcastic and mocking. Some Christians were accused of attacking the 1st Amendment or simply being a hater. The most common word used was “intolerant.”
My biggest concern is that too many in Congress and in politics in general today, fail to understand that America is a Constitutional Republic, not a Democracy. I’ve been over that numerous times and while I’d like to explain it again, you might get bored. Suffice it to say that if our elected officials truly understood that America is a Constitutional Republic (and NOT a Democracy), then they would also understand the proper role of the government in general and the Federal government specifically. In short, under our Constitutional Republic, the power of the government is limited. Because there are so many elected officials like Obama who fail to grasp this, they then believe it is their responsibility to force government to become bigger, extending control over greater areas of people’s lives.