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To: John W

The cult worship continues.


22 posted on 12/19/2012 5:41:33 AM PST by SoFloFreeper
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To: SoFloFreeper
The cult worship continues.

There's no doubt in my mind there are some serious demonic forces protecting this guy.

The worst president in American history gets reelected. People celebrate.
Thousands of weapons get shipped to criminals across the globe, and no one cares.
Unprotected kids get slaughtered in a school, and innocent American citizens get punished for it. No outrage.
Radical Muslims in the middle east are not only funded by U.S. dollars, they've got Israel surround. People look the other way.
4 Americans get slaughtered because they were set up as sitting ducks, yet there's no one held accountable anywhere. Just crickets.
More and more people are living in absolute poverty, yet they think the man who caused it all is their savior. What?
The world has never been so divided or in such chaos, yet Oboma gets a "peace" prize to kick off his reign of terror? He get's his image reproduced and is worshiped as the greatest person of the year. Why? What has he done that turned out well? Nothing!

No one knows who this man is, or where he came from. He mysteriously showed up on the scene, and all we know is what he's told us about himself.

I believe people can sense when something isn't right even though they can't explain why they feel the way they do - they just KNOW. People are prepping for something. They're arming themselves and stocking food, and have all kinds of ideas about what MIGHT be coming, but they 're not sure exactly what IT is. They just KNOW something isn't right.

72 posted on 12/19/2012 10:20:21 AM PST by concerned about politics ("Get thee behind me, Liberal")
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