Wednesday, November 5, 2008

So NOT Obamafied


I am disappointed with the outcome of this election. I think we can go back to our trusty facts that truly we are more likely to vote for the better speaker and the one who is best looking than the actual candidate who will do the best job. I can say that although I think it is great that we are making headway towards electing women and people of other races into office, I still don't think this was the person we needed to get us out of this funk we are in as a nation-regardless of his race. I hope he does a good job, and does not lead us into further governmental oppression (since one of his idols is among the worst of the worst communistic leaders). All I can say is that I voted and it was not for him-so you might hear more out of me if he does a crummy job. If not I will keep quiet, but know that I have not been Obamafied. He has not cast me under his spell of good looks and better oration. Once you look into his policies-maybe you will see that you too do not want to be Obamafied like some the rest of this nation who is now following a blind leader-whose fairy tales and rainbow fantasies will lead us nowhere but down. Only God knows the fate of this nation, but I do know that the Lord does not back a candidate because of his looks or speaking ability (beware of those who lead away the hearts of the people into wickedness) however he does look at their hearts and what they stand for and I think Obama is a wolf in sheep's clothing-and any man who supports partial birth abortion (and many other policies that propose to take away the freedoms we cherish) is not the man for me or the God that I worship because killing innocent life is never okay! I will get off my soapbox now that I have spoke my peace :0).

7 comments:

Lindsy Hartsock said...

I totally agree. I just don't get it. I would like someone who voted for him to explain to me why he would be a great leader of this country. What credentials does he even have, besides a couple of years in the senate and a good education? To me all it looks like it is that his policies are scarily socialistic and that we are going to pay higher taxes, spend more, and continue to have disgusting practices like partial birth abortions going on in the good ol' USA...I too am not obamified. I am all for the "Change" of have a black president, but not him...c'mon, really? I guess time will tell, maybe he will be a great president.

The Adams family said...

I am glad you said it. I feel like I ready everyone's blogs and they are all saying the say thing. But I don't get it! I am glad there are other people who feel as I do. Lets hope these next 4 years wont kill us!

Kelsey said...

Hey, I've been meaning to tell you that I think learning to sew is a great idea! If you go on Craig's list, you should be able to find a sewing machine pretty cheap. I actually like the older ones because they're made of metal and not cheap plastic. Once you know how to sew, your decorating possibilities are endless! You can make your own curtains, bedding, slip-covers, etc. You're only limited by the fabric you can find, and even then, you can make your own designs and stamp them onto plain fabric. I'm such a sewing nerd, so I get really excited about it. I wish I lived closer and could teach you!

Shayne and Amber Hoskins said...

Amen to that!!! Lets just hope that he can make our country proud. I think that it is so sad that people voted for him just because of his race....did they even look at the issues he was presenting?!? It makes me wonder. I guess all we can do is stick to what we know is right and pray for the best.:)

Adam Matthews said...

I agree! I am worried as to where we are headed! Hopefully everything turns out okay.
-Krista

Autumn said...

You go! I couldn't have said it better. Yes I would be interested in a extra battery. Just let me or Amber know how much you want and i'll see what I can do.

Autumn said...

That sounds good, My mom has axcess to my account at potelco and can get you the money for the card reader. Thanks