There is only one hope for change in the agenda of Obama and the political elite: Congress. In this election, whatever the flaws and merits of individuals, party affiliation is much more critical than ever before. And once candidates are elected to Congress, don’t let them forget who sent them there.
Many New Hampshire residents would like elections to be about the fiscal issues of taxing and spending and business regulations, while leaving the social issues to fend for themselves. But the various threads that make up the fabric of society are not so easily separated without rending the whole garment. Consider the Constitution of the United States, for example. A government of limited, delegated powers presupposes a free people, and freedom requires a moral people.
In more than forty years, Ayers, Dorhn, Rudd, and Jones were not heard from in the mainstream media. They had not been an issue in any presidential election. They did not openly promote or support a candidate, snubbing even John Kerry and Bill and Hillary Clinton as not being revolutionary enough for their agenda for the destruction of America. Until Barack Obama. These four are dedicated Marxist revolutionaries. Why Obama? You don’t need a Weatherman to know why.
David P. Barash, a professor of evolutionary biology at the University of Washington, makes it a point at the beginning of each academic year to tell his students that science and religion are totally incompatible. Is he right?