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Thursday, February 12, 2009


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

Make exit from B. Hussein Obama.

That’s what.

Glenn Beck asked the other evening, when covering the B. Hussein insanity, wouldn’t all wish we didn’t have to view his show that evening? That is, would not we all wish we could skip the nuthouse Obama crazy Beck covered in order to fly away to another planet?

Well, Sen. Judd Gregg of New Hampshire got to fly away. Goody for him.

He said, “I made a mistake.” Mr. Gregg, we patriots feel the same way, except we did not sign up for anything with the B. Hussein label.

Gregg could not take the B. Hussein stimulus bag plus the Census grab. I am sure there are many other items that repulsed as well; let those two suffice to make a U-turn.

New Hampshire never looked so good after leaving DC, am sure.

Gregg made some sweet statements about B. Hussein; but one can be sure that was simply political verbal window dressing. To pack your bags for settling into the Big Time in DC and then to repack those same carry-ons means there must have been one major tummy ache.

I live in Maine. That’s far enough from DC for me. But in my head, it’s still not far enough.

I keep praying for God to intervene, for God to honor the prayers of our Christian founding mothers and fathers as well as the intercessions of today’s righteous remnant. We biblical believers count for much before the eternal throne.

God will intervene. This Republic will not dissolve. There is still that democracy that God honors for our future take, no matter how many B. Husseins threaten.

“Faith is the victory that overcomes the world.” Those are the words of an old-time gospel hymn. And I believe those words to the last drop of blood.

In the meantime, farewell, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg. Enjoy your drive north.

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