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Departure from Bible, we are a divided nation

Published 10:23am Monday, November 5, 2012 Updated 12:25pm Monday, November 5, 2012

“Indivisable” is no more: The prelude to that is “One Nation Under God.” With the departure from Biblical standards we are more divided now than ever.

I believe in the God who created our universe and is still alive. That is why I voted for “One Man, One Woman Marriage” amendment. I also voted early for Romney and Ryan. To those who blame Bush and the Tea Party for what Obama “inherited” take note: Democrats took over the House and Senate January 3rd, 2007. The first time since 1995 they had a majority, to include Senator Obama.

They “inherited” GDP of 3.5 percent; Unemployment of 4.6 percent and 52 straight months of job growth.//Bush asked 17 times to stop Fannie and Freddie to stop the Toxic Loans. Democrats voted for the Iraq War, etc. So what Obama inherited was what his party gave him. Gridlock is due to Harry Reid and Obama not even bringing to the Senate Floor over 30 House passed bills which were designed to energize the economy without a Stimulus. That is why there is gridlock.

“Trickle Down” worked under Reagon, just ask Clinton, as that is where the balanced budget under a Republican Congress came from. One Nation Under God with a limited government will rejuvinate our economy and strengthen our nation.

Vote in conservatives please, I love our nation too much to allowour Lilberties to be lost.

 

Richard Mueller

Fergus Falls

  • Richard Olson

    Would someone at the Daily Journal please explain how it is possible for the Journal to receive mail/communications from an alternative universe.

  • benny

    If you want a limited government so much why the [curse word] would you vote for the government to crap on homosexuals and limit their rights? Do you even listen to what you’re saying or do you just have diarrhea of the mouth?

    You make no sense, “sir.”

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