Thursday, October 2, 2008
To Enlightened Homemakers Everywhere.....
Enlightened Homemakers of America, Uncle Sam needs you! Are you listening? Are you reading and watching debates? Do you know the issues and what is at stake? Now is not the time to stand by idly. No election in our time has been so important and we must voice our opinion. We cannot let others decide for us. I hope all of you are registered voters. I pray and hope that you all will show up to the polls. I hope that you know the issues and know what we need as a country. I am scared to death of what is going on. I am mostly scared that people aren't paying attention. So, to you I make the plea. Vote. Vote for morality. Vote for freedoms and less government. Vote because you want God in our country. Both candidates have good things to say and if you just listen to their candy coated promises, both look like they will save the world. However, actions speak louder than words. If we are known by the company we keep, then Mr. Obama must NOT be allowed to be our leader. His closest friends are a terrorist who bombed the pentagon, politicians who ran Fanny Mae and Mac to the ground and his church leader who is one of the most radical racist on the planet. This is the church Mr. Obama belonged to for 20 years. A church that blasted the government, our country and white people. It is a church of hate. You will certainly not hear much about this by the media as they are mostly left wing liberals themselves. You need to do your research. This is a man that will push for gay couples to have the same rights as those who are heterosexual saying there would be "No distinction" between the two. Senator McCain may not be the everything we want, but , he loves our country, he has always been a moral man who knows what the Constitution means. That's who I want in my corner. There is no room for radicals. That is what destroyed so many other countries. Enlightened Homemakers, I beg, please become politically enlightened. Our votes will make a difference. You have 33 days to decide.
Posted by Shari Goodman at 9:57 PM