Roundup That Matters

I know this one is put out by Free Market America, but it makes the point. If we continue with the liberal policies of the Left, then America will fail as a country and we need do nothing to stop it. But I don’t want America to fail. I don’t want Liberals to win, or to pay for $10 a gallon gasoline. It shows the true nature of those behind the global warming movement. They are not people who are “for” the environment, but against the American way of life. They use guilt, lies and manipulation followed by regulation, regulation and more regulation in order to stop America from drilling more oil, being innovative, etc.

Watch the Video.

BTW, I had this posted in my Roundup before Rush Limbaugh featured it on his show. I always like to point that out.

Child Labor Laws are now being imposed on farmers and their children — if the above video didn’t make the point, you need to read this article as well. The American work ethic is under attack, as well as working-class farmers and their families. I didn’t grow up on a farm, but I know those who did and they always have excellent work ethics. This is more government meddling that needs to stop.

Joel Osteen Declars Obama, Romney are Both Christians — Let’s face it, this guy thinks anyone who seems “nice” to him must be a Christian. What about the Dali Lama? I imagine he thinks he is a Christian too, along with David Koresh, etc.

What we are really need to realize is that Osteen has no authority to declare Obama or Romney as Christians. Given Romney’s beliefs, he is not. He is a mormon. Osteen cannot see the hearts of men and as Christ said, “narrow is the way…” Remember, the Jesus of Mormonism is not the Jesus of the Bible.

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  1. phxtiger

    I would love gas to be $10 a gallon. That would get people who couldn’t afford it off the road, and the fewer people on the road the less traffic I have to deal with.

    But in all seriousness, gas is probably not ever going to be as cheap as it has been again. The sub-$1 oil of the Clinton administration is gone forever. A lot of the oil that is easy to get has been gotten – most of the new oil reserves are in places where the oil is harder (and therefore more expensive) to get out. And the economic boom in other parts of the world mean more people are going to be buying cars – increasing demand and therefore pushing up prices.

    Also, no matter how bad Obama’s policies are – gas STILL isn’t as high as it was under George W. Conservatives tend to forget that.

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