Thursday, June 5, 2008

Well, I promised a post...

That's right. And here it is! As I stated last night, things around here have been rather difficult this past week. Well, actually for many months. Brittany has went to live with her dad again. To make it honest, she's just ran away from her problems in life and that is something that she will regret later in life as she grows older. We all learn from our mistakes, as I have myself, and hopefully, she will grow closer to God through them. I'm not going to elaborate on any of the situation, but I will ask that each and everyone reading this please pray for her to follow her Savior again.

On a happier note, God has great plans for me this week-end. Not only do I have the privilege of hearing Gov. Huckabee speak at the luncheon at the NCGOP State Convention on Saturday, Senator Elizabeth Dole is having a breakfast meet and greet WITH Gov. Huckabee. So you know I will be making my way to Greensboro bright and early Saturday morning. I hope that I will be able to get some wonderful pictures to post on the blog. Better yet, to scrapbook!!!!

I'm going to finish today's post with an article that Mike posted on HuckPAC the other day about the Democratic Nominee.

Senator Obama is the Democrat presidential nominee.

So where does he stand on the issues?

He supports abortion.
He supports amnesty.
He supports universal health care.
He supports new federal spending.
He supports raising our taxes.
And the list goes on.

Senator Obama's vision for America and his view of the role government should play in our daily lives is dramatically different than our own understanding of government and the conservative vision of America.

Across America, Democrats with similar views of government are running for office hoping to ride what they believe will be a great wave of "change" into office.

Who will stand against them?
Who will support our Republican candidates?
I will and I hope you will stand with me.
Please visit for more information and to take a stand with Mike!!!

And I just have to share this little quote that was emailed to me today.

Dumbest Quote of the Century
'My friends, we live in the greatest nation in the history of the world. I hope you'll join with me as we try to change it.'- Barack Obama

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I hadn't heard that one. It is a really stupid remark. So, what does he want America to change to? The worst nation in the world?