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Can We Make Love and Not War? Sorry, No.

rhough Wrote: Dec 22, 2012 10:56 PM
You certainly like to rant on and on about Republicans, and that's okay. There is much we can like or dislike about each other, but the truth is that godly/biblical principles are enduring, lasting longer than you, I or even a country. So we can be in agreement that Repubs and Dems both have policies that denigrate how we live and treat each other (unfairness is a good word to use for all). But I would have to say that it is the Dems who give voice and approval to reprobation, depravity and ungodliness in their planks of perversion in their party platform (never mind booing any sort of insertion of acknowledgement of God in convention). It is the Dems who assert others 'soecial rights' over and against others rather than equitably distrinnj

We need a new foreign policy and we need to spend a lot less money.

That’s the message stock market is telling us.

It’s a message painted in big bold letters and we’d be wise to read it. 

We need a foreign policy that uses the proven lessons we learned from the Cold War; a policy that pares back our commitment of troops to combat operations.

We need a fiscal policy that we learned during the 30 years from the 1960s to 1990, when our economy only did well as we restrained government spending to an amount...