The New World Order Monetary System

Lost in all the Obama furor, the world’s leading economic powers — the so-called G-20 nations — are quietly laying plans for a November 15th summit in Washington, D.C., that may effect a revolution in world finance and global governance.[Summit occurred – video still interesting / just found/sc]

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If The World Could Vote? – Can this be true . . .

What would happen if the world could vote a for the U.S President. After all he is the most powerful man on earth, and his actions influence the whole world!

Can this be true – I think not . . .

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Powell’s endorsement is a huge slap in the face to McCain

The condemnation of John McCain by John Lewis – a man McCain called one of the three wise men he would consult as president – was a huge personal blow to McCain. But Powell’s endorsement of Obama is even more of a slap in the face.

Editor’s note
: I do not agree with all that Colin Powell says in this interview, but he raises some very interesting campaign tone and tenor questions for us all to keep in mind as we frame issues for the American public.

As I have stated online, in my opinion, Sarah Palin was not enough, McCain needed the real right wing of the party and never reached for the Republicans who energetically supported Ron Paul and Constitutional principles. In fact he and his people went to extreme places to hurt and exclude ‘those people’ from participation even after he had the nomination in his pocket.

So please don’t anyone blame Sarah Palin! She is a lovely lady with a Christian conservative perspective, even if she is a bit of a neocon. McCain and Bush and all their failed policies are not her fault. They do not reflect most in the Republican party either.

Republicans in leadership need to look in the mirror and get the log out of our own eye. Then decide if we really want people to be involved. Maybe we really want a few men to run the party from a closed room. On the other hand we may want to open our doors and play by the rules and work with everyone to try to free the country from the international bankers and globalists and neocons who are systematically working to destroy us from within. Maybe we will even find people on the other side of the aisle that we can work with to get spending under control and quit policing the world!

Everyone wants to be free and most understand that it requires personal responsibility!

Now could we quit with the name calling and slurs and racial stuff both black and white and left and right and let middle America get about restoring our nation to constitutional values and life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as one nation under God . . . at least that is my view of the elephant in the room!/sc

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Conservative Host: McCain is ‘Continuation of Bush Policy’

Yesterday, conservative radio host Michael Smerconish sat in for Bill O’Reilly to host the Radio Factor. He opened the show by discussing yesterday’s front-page New York Times story detailing “how the White House shifted its sights, beginning in 2002, from counterterrorism efforts in Afghanistan and Pakistan to preparations for the war in Iraq.”

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See my comments on digg earlier today:
McCain does not equal Bush . . . I know it is hard to believe, IMO he is even worse. But if you choose to put him in office it will be with eyes wide open!  

Lest you think the solution is Obama – I did not say that either!!  

I am calling the nation to repentance. True repentance is turning from our wicked ways and asking God for His forgiveness. If you don’t know what to repent of and turn from, ask God to show you His heart and to reveal Himself and His ways to you. He will do that for each person that asks. He will also do it for us as a nation – if we will but humble ourselves and pray and turn from our wicked ways. See II Chronicles 7:14 to ponder further and in context.  

Please turn to Him today and then see what He will do on our behalf.
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