I’ve now completed my review of Obama’s America. I hope and pray it will help Governor Romney and a host of Republicans at all levels to win big in November, a result that is within my vision for the path to a Heaven on Earth. A worldwide depression, precipitated by the reelection of President Obama, is definitely not within my vision of a path to a Heaven on Earth.
Winston Churchill had visions of World War I and II, yet he wasn’t believed until it was too late. Let’s not repeat such a mistake.
Now’s the time! I must tell and try to explain my vision for our economy, the coming worldwide depression if President Obama is reelected, my agreement with Dinesh D’Souza that President Obama has an anti-colonial, anti-American mindset, and finally that the election of Governor Romney and a host of Republicans at all levels is within my view of the path to a Heaven on Earth.
This vision has taken years to develop and I think it’s a matter of my mind, body and little piece of God communicating with Almighty God, our Father and Creator.
I agree that it is a grand vision, but I believe God loves us with an enduring, steadfast heart and that prosperity, not materialism, is a key element in our journey to a Heaven on Earth.
I believe President Obama (abandoned before birth by his father and by his mother at the age of ten) is, very unfortunately for our country, a deeply-flawed person who has tried to live up to the myth of his father as conveyed by his mother and her parents.
It’s taken me a long time to “get it.” In the 2008 election I set up my political website in strong support of Senator McCain. I opposed Senator Obama on the basis of inexperience. During his presidency I thought President Obama’s poor and unexplainable performance was based on his incompetence and irresponsibility. But now I get it. He is incompetent to save our economy, unlike Governor Romney. But after much study, especially of the works by Dinesh D’Souza, I believe there is intent on President Obama’s part to tear down our country to make it like other third world nations such as Kenya, his father’s birthplace.
He doesn’t have the skills or knowledge, wisdom and leadership to do things (especially with regard to our economy) right, but he can take us down. It’s much harder to build something up than to take it down.