Archive for November, 2012

My husband and I had to vote absentee ballot today.  Interesting to me that I had to stand in line for about 20 minutes to get to vote! But Whoopee!

We are leaving on a building mission trip for approximately 2 weeks so I probably will not be blogging during this time.  If you follow our blog… or no *Read* our blog you know by now I’m fairly conservative yet totally non-judgmental for who you are.  I may not agree with everything others write but am willing to listen.  I KNOW what I believe!  I KNOW WHY I believe it! Guess you can call me one stubborn Kentucky Hillbilly! (a lot of people do:-)

So I guess I just have to say what’s on my mind and step over the boundary of politically correctness.  Please Vote!

—I find it disturbing that the only media that is covering the tragedy that occurred in Bengazi is Fox News. Our government let four Americans die for political reasons, and, to so many, it doesn’t matter. Yes, I absolutely believe our President watched it happen. Father of slain Seal speaks out.

—Also find it disturbing that our president lifted the restraints on abortion, partial birth abortions, and live abortions. That means if a baby survives the procedure and lives, it cannot receive medical attention. It takes a special kind of sickness in the head to vote against giving medical assistance to premature babies who managed to survive an abortion attempt, and allowing them to die of suffocation, dehydration, and exposure.  Yet this is now the official stance of the DNC.  As a Senator, Obama voted three  times in support of infanticide.

―I am troubled by the fact that we have a president who has NEVER been to Israel, yet he invited a group of  muslims to the white house to observe a muslim holiday. And we canceled the National Day of Prayer?

―I think we ought to be concerned that the man who gave the closing prayer during Obama’s inauguration made the statement the he believed all “White People” are going to hell!  I sure am glad I am NOT trusting in him to get me to Heaven!  But my trust is in Christ alone.

―I will vote, according to my conscience, and then I will forget about it. God is ultimately in control, and He set up, even wicked kings, to accomplish His purpose. I have read the last chapter, and I know how the story ends!!   ~Jen
– parts are copied from Pastor Craig Edwards.

I posted this (as a note) on my facebook page about a year ago.  The older I get the more patience I have with some things and the less patience I have with others.  Go figure!  I know I would be a much better mother today but I would be much less tolerant of racism and ignorance!