That is a question that I think every voter needs to ask, research, understand, and determine for themselves before voting on November 8, 2016.
When I find something that I want to report via another blog’s comment section, I need to learn to get on it right away; especially when the comment section balloons to over 1,100 comments! Makes it time consuming to locate it later.
Even though part of my purpose here is to discuss something that I originally found very disturbing and serious regarding Hillary Clinton, I ran across this humorous political cartoon.
It was too funny to pass up!
Sometimes we all need a break from the seriousness surrounding this election! We still need to be able to laugh!
Now on to my original intention with this post.
Oh wait…then there was this, too:
But really, I DO want to get serious here.
Ah! Finally found it! It was in a comment thread over at The Last Refuge blog. Over 1,145 comments so far!
Before I share the information, I want to tell readers about a phone conversation that I had yesterday with my 92-years-young mother. She is, and has been, a lifelong Democrat. (She has her health problems, but I’m so grateful to God that He has given her this long life.)
As a child I was happy attending the Democratic picnics in the N.J. town where I grew up. I remember the joy and elation my parents felt when John F. Kennedy, being the Democratic nominee in the 1960 Election, won the election. I was in first grade and only six years old at the time. Granted, we all know that JFK wasn’t a perfect man (none of us are!). However, his ideology and what he stood for in life was more conducive to what most Conservative Christians still believe today…56 years later.
My dad died in 1994 at age 71. I know he would never agree with the current progressive, far-out-leftist politics of the current Democratic party.
My mom, on the other hand, takes almost everything that she watches on TV as truth. All the spin that was presented by the Hillary-backing media was enough to convince her that she should vote for Clinton to be the first woman president.
That was her attitude months and even just weeks ago.
Yesterday, she shared remorse about mailing in her ballot for Hillary. She said that what is being reported about Clinton now makes it difficult for her to know what to believe about the woman.
Months ago, I told her that I’d rather not discuss this upcoming election because I instinctively knew that we would disagree and even way back then I was a Never Hillary voter. She droned on about how “wonderful” she thought Hillary was and I just said to her that I have seen Clinton lie constantly and could not vote for her. At the time, I was also a skeptic regarding Trump. I didn’t want to argue with my elderly mom, so we stayed clear of that subject until yesterday’s discussion.
The final video that has been posted by a commenter over at The Last Refuge reveals much about Hillary’s bizarre behavior.
VidZette.com video: Hillary Clinton – Why She Can’t Think.
In my mind, this is the worst of the numerous cover-ups going on concerning Hillary Clinton. How so many people can think it’s OK to attempt to conceal her ailment from the public and allow her to run for president, become the nominee, and then to arrange for her to cheat at the debates, is not only desperately mean…it’s beyond comprehension!
That video above helps to explain why she looked down at her podium so often during the debates. It is suspected that she had the answers in front of her on a small lite screen. My husband noticed that, particularly at the third debate. It is also suspected that she had answers being fed to her via an earpiece.
What is the end game in all of this?
I think it was to have her be the next puppet “president” (like 0bama has been) under “Dr. Evil” billionaire George Soros. We have suffered through 8 years of nation-wide calamity and damage! We don’t need or want such deception and evil to continue to destroy our beloved nation!
I continue to pray that God sees us through this terrible time of deceit being perpetrated against Americans and that no matter what happens on Election Day 2016, we can come through either the devastation or the joy that will ultimately result from the choice that is ultimately made on this upcoming fateful day.
Dear Christian readers,
You might find any or all of the articles in this month’s Decision Magazine helpful.
Every article is very informative and I encourage everyone to read them.
I’d like to end with this quote from Franklin Graham in the “Message for a Troubled Nation” article:
Our job as Christians is to make the impact of Christ felt in every phase of life–religious, social, economic and political. But we cannot do it in our own strength or wisdom. We can only do it if we surrender ourselves completely to God. Be an advocate for God’s truth, for His righteousness. And let’s elect men and women to office who will lead this nation back to really being on nation under God–one that can truthfully say once again, “In Almighty God we trust.”
Ultimately, we know this eternal truth:
Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?
As it is written:
“For Your sake we are killed all day long;
We are accounted as sheep for the slaughter.”[fn]
Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us.
For I am persuaded that neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come
nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.