PLEASE LORD, GIVE ME THE RIGHT WORDS
- 2009/11/11 16:31:28
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I have been praying for God to give me the right words to say to my liberal friends to get them to understand what is happening here in America. So far, He hasn't answered those prayers, but I know He will in His time.
How can anyone be supportive of a president who showed no compassion or shed no tears when he spoke for the first time about the Fort Hood Massacre?
How can they support a president who thinks a bill that mandates Americans to have health insurance or face a fine or jail time if they don't is a good bill? Can't they see that many Americans cannot afford healthcare now so what makes them think they will be able to afford it if the government takes over.
How can they support the takeover of private businesses in America? To my knowledge, this has never happened in the history of our country.
How can they support a president who says that the cap and trade bill will bankrupt the coal business and will cause electricity bills to skyrocket?
How can they support a president who wants to "transform" the greatest nation in the world into a socialist nation?
I have so many things I want to say to these friends, but it always causes ill feelings and an argument.
In the meantime, I will continue to pray that God will give me the right words that will "ring a bell" and help them to understand what I have been telling them for a long time.
God Bless America.
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