Tough to swallow, isn’t it! But did we really
think we could somehow vote our way out of this—with
homosexual "marriage"now the law of the land and the
slain bodies of millions of aborted babies clogging the
sewers of American cities and consciences alike?
All that was needed in order for us to be redeemed was
another silly election? Please! Ideas have
consequences—and so do crimes of
infanticide and the other sins that cry to heaven for
Barack Obama is not the problem. We are! Abortion
is. Public schools are. A rotting
pop culture is. Modernism in the Catholic Church is. Divorce and homosexual "marriage" are.
Obama has been reelected simply because America, like any
nation, will always only get the leaders she
deserves. We told God to go to hell a long time ago,
and God is now allowing us to see what life is like
without Him. So lead on, Mr. Obama! Thou
shouldst not have any power against us, unless it were
given thee from above. Therefore, he that hath delivered
us to thee, hath the greater sin.
We are Christians, and our help is in the name of the
Lord—not electoral politics. So, let's keep this in
perspective. Out of fear and sheer desperation, most of us threw
our hats in the ring for a Mormon, big government-backing,
sometimes pro-life, moderately pro-gay rights candidate
who is conservative only by comparison. Even by John F.
Kennedy's standards, Mitt Romney, though no doubt well
meaning, is a rabid liberal.
In other words, the GOP bet the pot on a moderate
conservative, again...and lost big. They took our
for granted, again, by downplaying the rather quaint social issues in
favor of the ever-sophisticated pocketbook issues. Once again, it didn’t
pay off for them. So perhaps they will have learned their lesson
the next time around...if, in fact, there is a next time
after the insufferable McCain and Mormon Romney fiascoes.
But there is a silver lining in all of this for those
willing to see it. Decent folks are obviously fed up
with the charade and will thus finally be absolutely
united against an evil that would have remained
entrenched inside the Beltway no matter who won this
election. Conservative Catholics, traditional Catholics,
pro-family Protestants, pro-lifers, pro-homeschooling
advocates will all be solidly united against the White House
for the next four years—and this is always a good thing.
America's slide into total hedonism may well have been
checked with the 53 percent having come to realize
the full extent of our national illness. This election
has made it abundantly obvious to millions that vast
numbers of their compatriots have simply lost any
semblance of their God-given moral equilibrium--a
sobering fact that will surely cause them
to realize they're standing in knee-deep water that is
rapidly rising and that it's time to seek higher
ground. In other words, the party is over, and
half the country is staring into the eyes of the beast.
This is a golden opportunity for us, then—not to accuse Obama
for being a closet Muslim or whatever else—but rather to
encourage all Americans to come out of their respective closets and
to become Christian again.
The human element of the Catholic Church has an
eleventh-hour opportunity to abandon the Modernism that
has plagued the Church
for too long, before the Church in America is crushed
beneath the heels of militant atheists. Moderate,
jovial, doctrine-phobic bishops lost big
tonight. Cardinal Dolan, Governor Chris Christie—what’s
the difference! Who cares! Millions have had enough!
awakening took place tonight, and it means that
faithful, traditionalist, God-fearing Americans can
finally begin to move towards authentic
restoration of everything that matters most in this
life—that which Americans once held sacred, good,
honorable and noble because it is based on love of
God, His law, Christian culture, tradition and the family.
I'm not destroyed by the election results. Rather,
I feel as though we've finally hit bottom, and there's
no place to go from here but up.
After all, it's not as if all things were exactly rosy back in the
winning days of the GOP. Who could forget the Stalin-esque
Patriot Act, for example. Or Donald Rumsfeld’s
salivating at “shock and awe” over Baghdad.
about that precedent-setting moment when "conservative"
Secretary of State Condi Rice swore in homosexual Mark Dybul as President Bush’s Global AIDS Coordinator, while
First Lady Laura Bush looked on approvingly, along with
Dybul’s gay partner, Jason?
And what about those
pro-abortion First Ladies, you remember them—Nancy,
Barbara and Laura? Did you ever really accept that
all those supposedly pro-life presidents just happened
to have wives who were completely in favor of baby
killing, and that that "little difference of opinon"
posed no real obstacle to their loving marriages?
And Congressman Mark Foley, remember him...the
“conservative pro-lifer" with the penchant for the pages
on Capitol Hill?
And was GOP “conservative”
Arnold Schwarzenegger "one of ours" when he was
conducting homosexual marriages inside the governor’s
mansion in California?
Remember the pain of division that set in between us and
our family members and other pro-lifers who sincerely
were all obligated before God to go along with every
dingbat initiative out of the White House, just because our
president said he was "prolife" and doing God’s holy
work? Well, we're not divided like that any more. Obama
and the GOP have inadvertently accomplished the
impossible: They've managed to galvanize the pro-family,
pro-life and pro-Christ forces into a strong and united
front of total opposition against the Christophoic
revolution here in America and across the world.
God is good!
Again, let us not lose perspective. In many ways, Mitt
Romney would have taken us back to the good old days,
which, let’s face it, weren’t all that great.
Yes, tonight the champions of outright atheism,
abortion, and the destruction of the family narrowly won
reelection; but they didn't win a mandate and they will
certainly be met with considerable resistance from here
on. Millions will now unite against their
Godless agenda, promising gigantic gridlock which may
well prove to be the last, best hope for America and for
So, did we lose? Did we even have a horse in this race? I don’t know...probably
think most of us were just making the best of a
desperate situation by attempting to buy some time and praying
America would wake up in the meantime. But if waking
America from her slumber was the objective, then that
mission was accomplished for at least half the country
the moment Ohio was declared for
Barak Obama. In other words, we're not alone!
For the next four years at least, millions
of Americans will stand fast against the Godless policies
of Washington, D.C.—policies which, again, let’s face
it, on the issues that matter most to the soul of our
country and the future of our children would have
changed only minimally had the well-meaning Mormon been
victorious and the so-called Christian right been once
again cajoled into peaceful coexistence with the forces
of hell itself.
So, to recap: We lost a race in which we really didn’t
have a pony. And, as a result of that "defeat",
millions of Americans had their blinders removed in an
instant on November 6, 2012. They now know
exactly where they stand. The slumbering Christian giant
in America has finally roused himself from his utopian
Obama represents our chastisement, perhaps, but
certainly not our
conqueror. His victory may well lead to our redemption,
in fact, both as Catholics and as Americans. Four more
years of Obama may mean that America will have to
suffer, but perhaps she will also begin to find her soul
again… and her knees. Then Americans will have a
chance to be truly free--something they haven't known
for many, many decades.
God writes straight with crooked lines, and if America is to be humbled and brought to her knees
perhaps she will also be redeemed in the process. For
this we hope and pray, even as we vow to fight against
the reelected regime and never so
surrender the old Faith of our Fathers—come what may.
Viva Cristo Rey!
Come out of her, my people, that you be not partakers of
her sins, and that you receive not of her plagues.