Kingsjester’s Blog: The Moment of No Return…

After reading a post over at Kingsjester’s blog, I decided to “let ‘er rip” regarding all the craziness surrounding the 2016 Presidential Election.

See The Moment of No Return: If Trump Reaches 1,237 Delegates Tonight, What Then?

My comment there (which may eventually be deleted due to disagreement with the author).

Comment posted at Kingsjester blog:

I realize that my comment here may not be welcomed and you can delete it if you want to, but I must say my peace after reading your excellent post.

First, much of what you have stated is so true that it hurts…tremendously!

As a born-again, Bible believing follower of Jesus Christ, I look for the candidate that most closely represents (and would support) God’s Word – the Bible, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

I don’t see any of the three remaining Republican candidates as persons that I could, in good conscience, vote for.  There are many reasons why each of them fails (in my mind) as a conservative candidate, but let’s just take one issue and I’ll explain why they all lose my support.

The rabid, tyrannical and evil LGBT agenda that has the goal of shutting up any and all Christians and, forcing Christian owners to lose their businesses through the courts because they refuse to participate in homosexual “marriage” ceremonies.   Added here:  The unfaithfulness of those who have either divorced and re-married several times (and in the case of Trump…admitted to “bedding other’s wives”)  and/or have been accused of extramarital affairs.

1.  Trump thinks that transsexuals should be able to use any bathroom according to their perceived gender identity.

Sorry – but that is just plain wrong and ludicrous!  Has he lost his mind?  Or, is it more likely that he is a liberal democrat trying to sabotage this election and be a Trojan horse by putting an “R” next to his name and pretending to run as a conservative?  The FACT that it has been reported that he claims to be a Christian, but never saw the need to ask God for forgiveness because “he hasn’t done anything wrong” is an outright admission that Trump doesn’t believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ and dismisses the need for repentance at the foot of the cross.

[Update: Commenter Gohawgs over at Kingsjester’s blog reminded me of the Bill Clinton called Trump weeks before launching 2016 presidential bid. One more reason not to trust him!]

2.  Kasich, though recently married was known as a homosexual during many years of his life in Congress.  He had a homosexual roommate during those years.  What straight man would do that?  He also thought that the transgender agenda to change the bathroom laws was a good idea.  Why doesn’t he see how dangerous this would be for his own daughters and his current wife?  It is crazy that he is still in the race anyway because he only won one state and has what…about 137 delegates?  He is also for the Syrian refugee influx into our nation.  Does he not realize that ISIS terrorists who do not hesitate to behead hostages have stated that they want to hide among the refuges and come across the border from Mexico?  This is insanity!  I don’t think he has a real chance anyway so he can be eliminated from the choices.

We already have a homosexual and Muslim sympathizer in the White House who has often taken his marching orders from ValEVIL Jarrett – who is Iranian born.  Why would we want another?

3.  Cruz has been allegedly accused of several extra-marital affairs.  But the source was a tabloid newspaper.  How strange it is to see that one of Trump’s current supporters and spokespersons was included on that list?  She denied any affair with Cruz, of course.  Was this story planted by the Trump team?  So… what is the truth?

Plus,  Cruz has questions surrounding him regarding eligibility for POTUS.  But the public is so used to ignoring the Constitution anyway that maybe that won’t even matter

4.  Commie Bernie and Crooked Hillary are “hell no” candidates – which goes without any need for additional comment.

Politics is such a dirty business and has been for decades now.  The only vote for president that I am still proud of over the course of my lifetime was my vote for Ronald Reagan.

I live in CA (in a more conservative area) but the majority here are a bunch of fruits and nuts.  Due to the overwhelmingly democrat  population, my vote won’t count in the general election anyway.

If Trump wins the nomination, I’m sorry to disappoint you but I just could not vote for him.  He is a celebrity-type combination of a sleazy salesman and carnival barker all in one.  He is saying things (and often contradicting himself) that he thinks people want to hear in order to get elected.  Sounds much like 0bama 2.0 with an “R” next to his name.

When Arnold Schwarzenegger ran for governor of CA, I chose Tom McClintock on the ballot and I have never regretted that vote!  Arnold was a celebrity disaster waiting to ruin our state and I see Trump in much the same way – ready to ruin our nation.  Why?  Because his own campaign people have admitted that Trump claims that he will change what he has been saying in order to get elected once he’s in there.  What if one of the topics that he will “change his mind” about are refugees from Syria where terrorists are infiltrating in order to get into the U.S. via Mexico? How can someone like that be trusted?

So…which one will be “the lesser of two evils?”

Hat tips to all links.

[Second Update:  Via Freedom Is Just Another Word (whose author thinks that 0bama must be on drugs…) is a link to Minutemen News: 0bama: We Live in the “Most Peaceful” Era in Human History.]

Excerpt:

It seems like every other day we report something Obama has said that leaves us bewildered.

  
This time, he’s out boasting about how we live in the “most peaceful” era in history.

I suppose 9/11, ISIS beheadings and the slaughter of innocents in Paris could have escaped his mind in that moment.  Sure.

Minimizing the threat and touting our good fortune are well-known Obama tactics to distract the sheeple from reality.

Just because he has stalled the war against militant islamic terrorism doesn’t mean there isn’t a war to be fought.  

CNS News.com has the entire story.

Just a few of the apropos comments there:

alegalcitizen • 4 hours ago

“Yeah, I’m just betting those thousands of Christians with their heads cut off by ISIS the women and children, and the men put in cages and set on fire, the men put in cages and put under water thought it was the most peaceful also. 0bama HOW can anyone be so damned stupid?”

DirtyDave • 3 hours ago

“The cronyism, corruption, $ 19 trillion in debt, 94 million out of the workforce, 1 in 5 families with no breadwinner, the new part time economy, over $1 trillion in student debt that will most likely never be repaid except by the taxpayer (thus funding slackers twice), the country and the world at each other’s throats…good times, right?

Thank you President Obama! You transformed us. Into a weird freak show, but you did transform us.”

Antogeny > KenH • 2 hours ago

“I think he knows very well what he is doing – that is, destroying America. And, unfortunately, there are too many people who STILL believe that every word out of his mouth comes from God. He lies with impunity because fools believe him.”

 

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7 Responses to “Kingsjester’s Blog: The Moment of No Return…”

  1. GMpilot Says:

    ‘Jester’s eye is jaundiced, but essentially correct.

    KJ: How does an action become perceived as unseemly?
    Usually, an action becomes perceived as “unseemly”, when it goes against the moral and/or ethical standards of those who are witnessing it.

    I might argue this at some other point, but not now. Onward.

    KJ: The Republican Establishment is about to be hoisted on its own petard.
    Correct me if I’m wrong but aren’t the Republicans supposed to be the opposition party?

    Oh, but they are! Everything Obama has tried to do in the past seven years, the Republicans have opposed …except for things such as fracking, or the Keystone XL pipeline. Health care, not so much. Appointing a new Supreme Court justice, not so much. In fact, they’ve helped Obama to become the ‘tyrant’ you claim he is, simply by not doing their jobs, so he uses his executive powers under the Constitution to get the results he wants. They blame him for doing something, when it’s obvious they aren’t doing anything. Their lack of action is what the voters have wised up to.
    Readers here already know how you feel about Trump. But your fears that he may be “Obama 2.0” are invalid. He doesn’t think that far ahead. The last actual businessman to be president was Truman, who didn’t do too bad a job. But it isn’t 1950 any more, even though Der Furor wants to return us to those days.

    Then there’s the senator form Alberta. Like Obama, he’s a junior Senator from a mid-western state. Like Obama, he’s got a certain set of ideas to use to propel him into the Oval Office. He looked at Obama’s success with envy and said to himself, “I can do that!” and has set out to do so. But there’s certain things he cannot get rid of. Unlike Obama, ol’ Ted really was born outside the US; he renounced his Canadian citizenship in 2013, to some fanfare, at the height of the so-called birther “controversy”. Rafael Edward Cruz sounds like the name of a man who should be on the outside of Trump’s Wall.
    The other thing he cannot shake is the fact the he’s from Texas. It hasn’t been all that long since we had a Texan in the Oval Office, and I don’t think most people remember it fondly.

    KJ: You guys are now facing the same situation that faced Victor von Frankenstein, in the classic movie: You have created this “monster”.
    …a pi$$ed-off base who are voting for an outsider, a non-professional politician talking directly to the people.
    And, you have lost control.

    But it wasn’t ‘unseemly’ to create the monster; it was just unseemly to, you know, give it an aberrant mind and then let it run amok through the countryside.

    After the 2010 midterms, a number of states rewrote their voting rules in order to prevent people like Obama from running, and to hinder other people—nonwhite and non-rich, mostly—from voting for such candidates. Now, such laws have come back to bite them. I don’t want to succumb to schadenfreude now, because it’s still too early. But it is fun to watch all the Game of Thrones-style maneuvering in the GOP right now. The only thing missing so far is an actual death.
    The ‘Jester is spot on. None of those guys is fit to represent us to the world.

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  2. christinewjc Says:

    So…who is your guy (or is it “gal”)?

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    • GMpilot Says:

      Once again I agree with you, and you can’t stand it.
      Since you seem to know so well how people like me think, apply your knowledge here. But it ain’t Trump.

      …Does this mean you’ve abandoned the previous thread?

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      • christinewjc Says:

        Where did I write that “[I] can’t stand it” that we agree on something?

        No, I haven’t abandoned the previous thread. I will answer your question after you answer my question.

        So…who is your guy or gal?

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      • GMpilot Says:

        Where did I write that “[I] can’t stand it” that we agree on something?
        No, ma’am, I wrote that you couldn’t stand it. The subject is here: the context would require re-reading the whole entry, but you’ve got time. You did back then!

        No, I haven’t abandoned the previous thread. I will answer your question after you answer my question.
        I’ll believe that when I read it, and not one moment sooner.

        So…who is your guy or gal?
        Sanders.
        Your move.

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      • christinewjc Says:

        So…you were referring to that former post about Warren? I actually thought you may have been referring to the fact that we both agree that Trump wouldn’t be a good choice for president. If you’re interested in more reasons why – read my new post.

        In that long thread of comments about Warren, I tried to convey to you that sometimes it takes time to know about and recognize heresy. Warren wrote “The Purpose Driven Life” long before he went off the deep end (again!) with his apostasy driven views of Chrislam. That was an even bigger red flag!

        I do recall thinking that Warren did not include the need for repentance at the foot of the cross of Christ in his book. But since my daughter and I (who read it together back then) were already Christians I thought that the fact that we had already confessed Christ and Him crucified as born again believers, it didn’t concern me too much. However, when the church we attended back then did a Bible study on the book and I was a home group leader, I really noticed that Warren’s videotaped introduction to the study also did not include the need to repent. I wrote about this already so no need to repeat it all. During the study, I added the opportunity for group members to repent and ask Christ into their hearts as Lord and Savior before and after each study session.

        On to your other points.

        So…Commie Sanders is your choice? Lesser of two evils on the dem side I guess…

        You asked:

        While we’re at it, just what do you consider ‘Biblically-based right behavior’? Be specific, now.

        What God has said through His written Word, the Bible, and what Jesus has said as the Living Word; as well as what the Holy Spirit of God (given to us at the moment of salvation) reminds us of concerning right behavior – is what I believe to be physically, intellectually, morally ethical and spiritually correct behavior.

        Since we are all flawed in that respect, all we can do is confess when we do wrong and ask for forgiveness.

        As I have stated many times before, we are saved at the moment of salvation, however the process of sanctification is a lifetime endeavor. We will never have “arrived” in that respect this side of heaven, but one day we will when we are united with Christ in eternity.

        1Jo 3:2

        Beloved, now we are children of God; and it has not yet been revealed what we shall be, but we know that when He is revealed, we shall be like Him, for we shall see Him as He is.

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      • GMpilot Says:

        CJW: So…you were referring to that former post about Warren? I actually thought you may have been referring to the fact that we both agree that Trump wouldn’t be a good choice for president.
        It should have been obvious that we agree that Trump is a bad choice for president. You have your reasons, I have mine, and some of them just happen to be similar. The result is the same, though.

        In that long thread of comments about Warren, I tried to convey to you that sometimes it takes time to know about and recognize heresy. Warren wrote “The Purpose Driven Life” long before he went off the deep end (again!) with his apostasy driven views of Chrislam.
        And I tried to convey to you that once you perceived Warren’s supposed apostasy, you were to tell him in your attempt to correct it, as directed in Matthew. You replied with much hand-waving and excuses as to why you thought it would be futile. Guess prayer didn’t help either, assuming you tried that too.
        …since my daughter and I were already Christians I thought that the fact that we had already confessed Christ and Him crucified as born again believers, it didn’t concern me too much.
        Gee, and all this time I thought that with conversion came commitment! But if all one has to do is confess, believe, and just glide along from there, maybe my assessment of religion was unduly harsh.
        “Chrislam”…that’s the newest Christian flavor, right? How does it differ from orthodox Judianity?

        So…Commie Sanders is your choice? Lesser of two evils on the Dem side I guess…
        Yeah. Not as many varieties of evil as on the GOPper side.

        What God has said through His written Word, the Bible, and what Jesus has said as the Living Word; as well as what the Holy Spirit of God (given to us at the moment of salvation) reminds us of concerning right behavior – is what I believe to be physically, intellectually, morally ethical and spiritually correct behavior.
        Ooookay…so if god tells you to kill your neighbors (despite his own commandment not to), then that would be physically, intellectually, morally ethical and spiritually correct behavior. Because that’s what you believe.
        Acknowledged.

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