Monday, October 27, 2008

Vote Your Values on Nov. 4

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Friday, October 24, 2008

David Hall for TN State Senate

I am sooooo happy to have the opportunity to vote for a pro-life conservative for the TN State Senate representing District 20. I believe David Hall will better represent me in the TN Senate and will uphold my values -- unlike his opponent, the incumbent Joe Haynes, who is a career politician, a tax and spend liberal and an abortion advocate. If you live in District 20, I hope you will consider voting for David Hall.


Thursday, October 23, 2008

A [Scary] Glimpse of the Future

While this video is meant to be somewhat funny, it's not far (at all) from what will likely come to pass if Fauxbama becomes president. (I won't say 'elected' because a person who wins by voter fraud and illegal campaign donations is not technically 'elected'.) So, while it may elicit a chuckle or two, take this as a serious warning.

Keep praying folks -- and be sure to VOTE FOR MCCAIN-PALIN on November 4!


Friday, October 17, 2008

Humorous McCain Speech

As most of you know, I am very politically minded. The upcoming presidential election has me a little stressed out. I am dumbfounded by the cult-like following of a man who has extensive ties to anti-American terrorists, socialists, Marxist and communists and has openly expressed (in his books) that he shares similar views to these friends/associates. As disheartening as it is to see so many people fall into a cult-like trance in their support for the unqualified 0bama (a.k.a. 'Fauxbama'), I am still confident (and praying mighty hard) that most Americans (despite being labeled as racist) will see fit to vote for McCain-Palin, our only hope of preserving the republic.

Anyway, I got a good laugh this morning from the following video of McCain's speech at the Alfred Smith Memorial Dinner. Laughter truly is good medicine for relieving stress, so I thought I would share:



I'm way behind on blogging, but I just wanted to express how thankful we are that our family and friends in the Houston-Galveston area fared well through Hurricane Ike. Extended power outages and minor damage to homes and yards were the extent of what they experienced, although many were very near to areas that were nearly completely destroyed. Thank you to all who prayed for their safety and protection.