Tuesday, November 07, 2006


We're in no mood to hear any talk about silver linings--how two years of Nancy Pelosi as Screecher of the House will re-energize our base, etc. While there may be some truth to that, it's more than outweighed by the harm to our national security and our moral integrity to have such people leading our nation.

Case in point: If the Senate, too, is lost, kiss goodbye any further hope of a Supreme Court nominee getting through who could be a fifth vote to overturn Roe v. Wade. And if Roe v. Wade is not overturned, we risk divine judgment and dissolution as a nation. Perhaps we will know the outcome by dawn's early light, after the votes have been handcounted in Montana. . .

Meanwhile, we'd best be about strengthening what remains because if current trends continue, the slim margins by which we're able to protect life, marriage, children and families will be gone.

Case in point: California and Oregon just DEFEATED a parent's right to know if your daughter is about to have an abortion. (While you're still required to sign on the dotted line for her to get her ears pierced.)

Case in point: While a majority of Colorado voters did defeat a ballot initiative to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use, 40 PERCENT VOTED FOR IT. What do you suppose that split will be a few years from now?

OK, it's after midnight and whenever we find ourselves typing in capital letters about the end of the world as we know it, it's definitely time to get some sleep.

Come quickly, Lord Jesus!


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