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March 30, 2011 Leave a comment


One–what does “fundamentally transforming the United States of America” really mean? And two–why does the United States of America need fundamentally transformed and into what?

This morning, I had a thought about something which may seem unlikely to happen in the United States of America, but it revealed in a slightly different way the value of ONE VOTE.

Aside from all the logical reasons it cannot happen, what if our leaders found a way to disregard the U.S. Constitution and our system of government, and took over our country as a dictatorship? Sounds crazy, I know, but it ran through my mind. My liberal friends are going to love me for this one. It sounds crazy now, but is it happening gradually through a process?

Anyway, it led to another very important thought. If we lived under a dictatorship (something many people around the world can identify with), your ONE VOTE would be taken away, leaving you powerless to have a say. Without that vote to use, you are stuck with what you are given and no ability to choose.

What makes this scenario more eyeopening is that there is no telling what would follow from a despot with the nerve to fundamentally transform freedom into statism and beyond.

Now here is the key–think about what it would feel like to have “your say” taken away. That feeling exhibits the power in ONE VOTE.

The magnitude of your freedom is embodied in ONE VOTE.

The next time you have the opportunity to vote for the President who will preserve American values or the local candidate who will push for lower taxes, do not think about your vote “not counting,” but about your freedom embodied, applied, and preserved in ONE VOTE.

UPDATE – This is a must see video clip about the communists around Obama…

Communist influence on President



October 13, 2010 1 comment


Thoughts on the election…

  • On November 2, your goodness will continue the restoration of government.
  • Your vote may not sway the outcome. Your arguments may not persuade the opposition. It is not your responsibility to sway or persuade, but to stand. You are not required to be a leader, but you must be there. When the weakest among us decide to make a difference, our standing will become the strongest.
  • Even some of the best of candidates are getting sucked into the same old system of debating process and party, when it becomes more about their career than our country. Look for this contrast when candidates speak.
  • Just because Christine O’Donnell could not answer the question on recent Supreme Court rulings she disagrees with, does not mean she could not make the right votes in the U.S. Senate. The system measures qualification for office on passing a test, not principles. If we are to continue electing the people, not the professionals, we must remove ourselves from the system by transcending it.