Its been a long time since I have posted on here and many things are currently running through my mind. I find it so hard to believe that our government refused to look at the polls and see that just about all of America is not for this Health Care Bill, yet it still gets pushed through! Why have we as a nation of people allowed so few men corrupt what many men have died for? Betrayal is ugly and very hard to be forgotten, though I don’t think anyone in Washington cares. Through the core of my gut I say this with great sadness, could this be the beginning of a New World Order? Is everything I have been taught coming to fruition? I love my country with the values it was founded upon and I feel as though all my knowledge was a complete lie and a sham! I worry for tomorrow not just for myself but for the family in which I am to guide and take care of. This may be the opportunity and time that I no longer put my trust in the government but only in God alone. I just wanted to post this to get it off my chest. I could be wrong, and I pray I am, but what if I’m not?
By Joe Kovacs
© 2009 WorldNetDaily
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – With Democrats targeting talk-show host Rush Limbaugh as the de facto head of the Republican Party, the radio giant is now inviting President Barack Obama on his show for a face-to-face debate about policies important to America’s future.
“I am offering President Obama to come on this program without staffers, without a teleprompter, without note cards to debate me on the issues,” Limbaugh said on his program today.
“Let’s talk about free markets versus government control. Let’s talk about nationalizing health care and raising taxes on small business. … Let’s talk about illegal immigration and lawlessness on the borders. Let’s talk about massive deficits and the destroying the opportunities of future generations.”
The offer comes in the wake of a published report by the Politico stating White insiders have been targeting the No. 1 rated host now that President Bush is out of office.
02.03.2009 @ 09:27 CET
The leaders of ten Southeast Asian countries have signed a declaration to integrate their economies and construct an economic and political union modelled on that of the European Union by 2015.
Meeting in Thailand over the weekend for the annual Association of Southeast Asian Nations, the heads of ten Asian countries agreed to the Cha-Am Hua Hin Declaration on the Roadmap for An ASEAN Community (2009-2015). The plan looks to build a single market – although without a euro-style common currency – within six years.
“This ASEAN goal is made even more urgent by the global financial crisis,” read the 12-page declaration.