Wednesday, November 5, 2008

The Grim Reality:

The Presidential elections are over, but the mainstream media's torrid love affair -- as you can tell from their hideous bias during the campaign with liberal Barack Obama -- will now continue unabated. You cannot count on the liberal mainstream media to give you the truth on Obama's policies and decisions.

President-elect Obama's tax-and-spend policies and international inexperience will have far-reaching, dire consequences. Indeed, this is one of the most crucial times in the history of our nation, both politically and financially.

for instance, all of these stories were virtually ignored by the mainstream liberal media . . .

"Obama's Thought Police - The Obama campaign demanded that the Justice Department bring criminal charges against a non-profit advocacy organization because it sponsored a TV ad criticizing the close connection between Obama and unrepentant terrorist William Ayers

Obama Spend-O-Rama - What will Obama's spending proposals cost the nation? The media aren't asking - but HUMAN EVENTS did, arriving at a cost of $1.4 trillion over five years

The "No, We Can't" Obamacrats - "Yes, We Can!" may have been Obama's campaign slogan, but defeatism is what he and his fellow Democrats are really about. Win the war in Iraq? No, we can't! Become energy independent by drilling at home and harnessing nuclear power? No, we can't! And just to make sure we can't the Obamacrats have put endless legislative obstacles in our way "
- info from Human Events.

But we must not give up the fight!! We must continue to seek the truth and stand for the Values that America was founded on.

Find a noble cause worthwhile & fight for it. Whether it be Pro-Life Legislation, getting rid unfair taxation, gun rights, Freedom of Speech, or drilling for oil - whatever it may be. We must keep fighting. - Our children and our grandchildren our depending on us.

"Conservatism always has been and always will be a force to reckon with because it most closely approximates the reality of the human condition, based, as it is, on the cumulative judgment and experience of a people. It is the heir, not the apostate, to the accumulated wisdom, morality and faith of the people. ... Our challenge is not to retreat to the comfort of self-congratulatory exile but to sweat and bleed -- and be victorious -- in the arena of public opinion." --Tony Blankley

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