Monday, October 25, 2004

The Anti-Americans

... And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie, - 2 Thessalonians 2:11

The truth about Jimmy Carter

Carter was an appeaser unlike any previous U.S. president.

He signed one agreement after another with the Soviet Union that served only to diminish U.S. power in the world because we lived up to the agreements and the other side didn't.

He had no problem destroying the ability of the U.S. military to fight because he didn't trust American arrogance.

He told us we had to co-exist with what his successor would call "The Evil Empire" and accept that those under its dominion would be slaves for the rest of their lives.

He told Americans they had an unwarranted fear of communism.

And that's why he served one disastrous term.

Carter was bad for the economy. He was bad for the military. He was bad for America. He left the country in a shambles – demoralized, broke, directionless.

Carter must be hoping that the majority of Americans have forgotten what life was like under his presidency. For those of you who don't remember, life was not good by any measure. We waited in gas lines for fuel. America was on the retreat around the world. The Soviet Union was advancing on all fronts.

Even Carter seemed to grasp that something was wrong toward the end of his first term. So he famously blamed Americans rather than himself. He told us we were living in a "malaise." He didn't understand that he was the primary cause of that malaise.

And roughly half of us want to elect Jimmy Carter part two - John Kerry. Talk about strong delusion! It's really not too surprising, given that the people who most believe the lies (and they ARE lies) are those on the anti-God, pro-abortion side of the country.

And even as they did not think fit to have God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do the things not right, - Romans 1:28

Tehran John

Have you noticed how John Kerry has an affinity for America's mortal enemies?

Have you noticed how John Kerry tends to embrace and appease those who hate this country?

Have you noticed how this tendency defines the man who would be president?

It all started back in 1971, when Kerry came home from Vietnam – and promptly switched sides. Though some of his swiftboat comrades would tell you he was never much of an ally even when he wore the uniform of the U.S. Navy.

But Kerry didn't just "protest the war," as he likes to explain it. He sided with the North Vietnamese Communist enemy. He bought into their party line and became one of the most effective, fifth column shills for these tyrants and butchers.

Likewise, throughout the Cold War, Kerry seldom had a bad thing to say about the Kremlin. He opposed nearly every significant defense appropriation as President Ronald Reagan led the way to a victory in the global struggle.

And now John Kerry is at it again.

Now he is advocating establishing relations with the terrorist regime of Iran – even going so far as to propose giving Tehran the nuclear fuel it seeks as a "test" to determine the mullahs' sincerity about using it only for peaceful purposes.

I feel like I'm living in the Twilight Zone because, despite this incredible history and these dangerous positions Kerry holds today, nearly half of U.S. voters want to elect him president of the United States.

Yes, once again, Kerry is doing what he always does – what he has done ever since he came to the attention of the American people in 1971 and, in fact, what first brought him to the attention of the American people.

He is giving aid and comfort to the enemy.

But, this time, the enemy is not a group of communists in black pajamas with conventional weapons. This time, the enemy is a soon-to-be nuclear-armed jihadist nation with one goal in mind – destroying the "Great Satan," otherwise known as the United States of America.

Don't let yourself get caught up in the blind hatred out there. You can never make the right choice in that state of mind. America has enemies out there. They were our enemies before George Bush and they will be our enemies long after George Bush - the only question is: Will they fear us and leave us alone or will they continue like a pack of wolves to attack, mislead, misdirect and wear us down until they can make the kill?

It's happening, Reg. Something's actually happening, Reg. Can't you understand? -- Life of Brian

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