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Don’t Give Up The Ship

Because we don’t have enough jobs and private dept is great, Obama and company have determined to borrow trillions of dollars from somewhere to cover our debt and further promote technologies that destroy small business with bureaucratic red tape and taxes, ect. The demise of family farms across America is example enough of this. So what can we expect with this redistribution of wealth toward bigger government. It means eventually rationing and if we don’t defend our constitutional rights and responsibilities, Communism. Our civil moral and religious values must be brought to bare upon public policy making, despite an indifferent and even ignorant major media.

The greatest demise of the truth we have in America is by our media’s silence over the holocaust of abortion. This is the work of Satan, “the father of lies.”

Our men and women are fighting overseas to preserve our God-given rights. Let’s do our part at home. Let’s fight for pro-life causes: marriage, babies, womanhood, fatherhood and to be as dedicated as to defend them in it with our own lives if need be.

My fellow Americans, let’s get back to our roots and learn to take pride in who we really are, before our just, mercifully and all loving God, Jesus.


John Mann

Susquehanna, PA

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