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"A house divided cannot stand" Mark 3:25 (paraphrase)
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A Temporary Truce Between Liberals and Conservatives. How About It?
By Scott Rohter
I’d like to propose a truce for now between Liberals and Conservatives along the following lines. Let’s agree to stop arguing for a while about those very divisive issues that always split us into “Left and Right Wings” (i.e. abortion and gay marriage). Let's not try to move these contentious issues forward or backward, one way or the other for the time being. Let's stop arguing long enough to save our own country from impending destruction, reorganization and assimilation in the “New World Order. If we can’t unite long enough to save our own national necks and sovereignty then we are doomed to be destroyed upon the rocks of globalization, under the banner of the “New World Order”.
Let’s make sure that our own house is safe first, and that it still belongs to us, before we resume arguing about the position of the furniture! We need to be safe from terrorist attacks to be sure, but we also have far more serious threats to our nation’s long term stability and tranquility, coming from internationalist bankers and globalists with international law degrees, who are using their legal educations to subvert our Constitution and our Bill of Rights, and to pillage our national treasury. If you doubt me, just look at the “Law of the Sea Treaty” or the declining value of the American dollar, or consider the proposed Cap and Trade Legislation that is waiting to be voted on by Congress.
After our country is safe and secure once again, then if you wish we can get back to our old arguments over abortion and gay marriage, but for now at least, can we please work together to protect our own country? What do you say? Please.
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