I first felt this way in November 2010, when the conservative tsunami rolled across America and bounced off the California state line.
Tonight, that tsunami failed utterly to even materialize.
There it is, people, “As goes California, so goes the nation.”
I don’t know who first said that, and I don’t really care to look it up, but it’s clear that the situation in this country is out of control of reason. Just like California.
Just plain out of control.
When something in my life is out of control, I’ve learned to turn it over to God.
We conservatives thought that through sheer force of will, and the power of reason, we could turn this country around. It’s apparent that’s not the case.
Something evil is afoot, I’ve felt it for some time, now. Like a darkness out of Mordor, it’s crept across our land, pushing events further and further to the left where evil lives.
Think the left isn’t evil? Think again. What did Stalin do, that has been largely ignored by historians? Killed millions.
Take Che Guevara, another leftist icon. They wear his image on shirts proudly today, because he’s “cool” – he was a butcher. A murderer.
This same bunch is running the United States, and it doesn’t matter how they got there, what matters is that they are there, and all our force of will and good intentions won’t force them out, make them scatter like the roaches that they are. It’s going to take something we don’t have – supernatural power.
Pray, go to church, talk to God, because only He can save this country now.
Jesus Himself said it: “My kingdom is not of this world.” and if we’re in His kingdom, guess we’re not part of this world either. We’re just stuck here for a time.
It’s weird. Twenty years of service to this country, being willing to give my life for it if necessary, and it chooses to not even be worthy of that. I say that with heavy heart, because I lost friends who if they knew what was coming, would gladly do it again.
I’m not glad they’re gone, I miss them terribly, but I’m glad they went someplace better before they had to bear witness to what we are to become as a nation.
Like the crew of a ship tossed every which way by the whim of the waves, rudderless but thinking we’re in control, we’ve become a ship of fools.