I have become tired of hearing about and talking about Obama. He is just not that important. Nevertheless, he is our president. Like it or not, Obama does have the power of the presidency. Moreover, he has in addition the power he has stolen. Therefore, as our leader — the leader we elected — our nation has assumed the character of this man, and from time-to-time we must consider what that means. Hence, this reblog.
With leaders like Obama, what should we now call our style of governance? Mark Levin, a popular Conservative radio commentator, appropriately calls it Ameritopia. What that moniker emphasizes is America’s dominant Utopian ideology. Using the term Ameritopia, Levin characterizes the heaven on earth sought by America’s lost and scared citizenry. What Levin does not make clear is why The Establishment relentlessly pushes towards what Conservatves rightly see as a cliff. Those in the Establishment also live in terror; our elites are also among lost and scared. Thus, those in The Establishment also seek Utopia, but their heaven on earth lies in absolute power and inexhaustible wealth. Made desperate by their desire for a hopeless delusion, they will easily not give up.
Utopia is the delusion that men can creat heaven on earth. Ameritopia is America’s version of it. Yet we each seed the hollow dream that men can create heaven on earth with our own pride. That is why Obamacare and all the other powergrabs have never been about Barack Obama. We elected that vile liar; he did not choose himself. That is why the news media that has protected Obama will not give up. It’s not Obama they care about; what they and their masters seek is their own personal heaven on earth. Until we each examine our own hearts, we will not begin to reverse the tyrannical tide.
In the days ahead, what defines victory for The Establishment? To win The Establishment must only do one thing. The must keep Conservatives from winning, and that they still seem quite capable of doing. While there is much talk, the RINOs do nothing. Obamacare still stands, and all the “change” Obama, the Democrats, and the RINOs have wrought remains in place, just because they talk and talk and talk…., but do nothing.
Why are we unable to win? We confuse our goals. Obama is not the problem. What is the problem? Too many of us no longer believe in the providence of God. Instead of believing that God gives us our rights, we look to government. We render unto Caesar what rightfully belongs to God.
We cannot wait for others to act. We must ourselves render unto God what is God’s. When the politicians we elect do not render in our name what rightfully belongs to God Almighty alone, then we must replace them. Otherwise, our Lord will assign the blame to us all.
His “Just Words” speech should have informed one-&-all, right then, that words were all he had…
Instead, it was hailed as incontrovertible proof of his future magnificence as president. And yet, after his “uhmm-errr-ahhhhh” fest in yesterday’s press conference, to say that he’s lost whatever shred of magic or credibility he once had would be a galactic understatement, at best.
A better description of it would go somewhere along these lines:
Plenty to cover here, so let’s go through these in no particular order:
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