“But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned;

if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity;

but his blood will I require at the watchman's hand."

Ezekiel 33:6

"A righteous man falling down before the wicked is as a troubled fountain, and a corrupt spring."

Proverbs 25:26

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Let Us Not Miss The Point! (Part 1 of 4)

by Shawn P. Thurston

Oh how I wish that I could just disconnect myself from current events (as my wife gives two thumbs up). I would not mind observing such blatant lying and deception, not to mention idiocy if the media was not so complicit and a lot of American people so naive. Since I could write a War and Peace sized book on all of the issues where I can uncover lies, deception, contradiction and idiocy – I’ll narrow it down to only 4 issues to comment on in a 4 part article:

The Typical Marxist Campaign Against Christine O’Donnell
The White House Press Corps and Their Spineless Questioning With Robert Gibbs
The Ground Zero Mosque and How It Has Nothing to Do With Bigotry
Barack’s Attack against the Chamber Of Commerce and Its Hypocrisy

The Typical Marxist Campaign against Christine O’Donnell
I cannot believe that a man who is a self-proclaimed “bearded Marxist” has a shot at defeating a woman who holds such colonial-libertarian beliefs such as small government, low taxes and freedom to the individual. This race in Delaware is a classic case of true feminism in America, where not one official feminist is to be found, aside from Sarah Palin and Greta Van Susteren. With that being said, the campaign is an ugly one and I am not just talking about Chris Coons, but the tactics coming from Coons and his Marxist cronies who are taking their time and money to attack O’Donnell not on taxes, limited government or her stance on healthcare, but on her experimental and possibly ignorant behavior as a teenager and her stance on religion and the government…oh and also that she thinks that married couples should have sex with each other, instead of by themselves. Now if we take a look at these particular Coons attacks one by one whether we are (R)’s or (D)’s, I bet we can find common ground on:

A.) we did incredibly stupid things in high school (it will cost you if you want me to share mine)
B.) religion can be a private issue and really has no relevance to a senatorial debate


C.) we prefer to have sex with our significant other, rather than by ourselves in the shower

If you ask me, we don’t need to elaborate on these issues any more, this should be a shut case (notice I didn’t say “open and shut” and just “shut” because it should have never been “opened” in the first place). But the attack coming from this unattractive bearded Marxist that interests me the most is the one where the moderator questioned O’Donnell on her belief in evolution. O’Donnell stated that her belief in evolution was irrelevant to the debate and the comments that she had made regarding evolution in a past statement were meant for a local school district. (Please focus and reflect on the word “LOCAL”). Coons accused her of dodging a question on a “settled, scientific fact.” Mr. Coons, although my opinion on evolution is irrelevant as well, evolution is not officially a settled, scientific fact. Similarities are not fact and evolution is officially a theory, not a fact…just like the law of gravity. The argument carried on and Coons pretty much did reveal himself as a Marxist because he exposed his opinions on education and argued that evolution should be taught in schools because it is scientific, whereas the theory of intelligent design should not be taught because it is religious.

Watch the debate here:

Again, my opinion on evolution or intelligent design does not matter one bit, but the debate of the two issues is a great example of a bridge for differing opinions to have a real discussion. To take the seat at the table away from an opposing view, a semi-religious or religious point of view and impose one opinion coming from the state is a Marxist stance (green house effect – I mean global warming, er…climate change, nope…global climate disruption, anyone?) (By the way, if the science is settled and everyone knows it…then why did they have to change the name of it so many times?). Coons also brought in the typical ignorant and idiotic argument of separation of church and state by rebutting, “…one of those indispensible principals is the separation of church and state.” I do not understand why so many progressive politicians repeat this statement because this is not what the Constitution or the first amendment says, but what is a result of the first amendment. It basically states that the government cannot endorse or select one particular religion for the country, nor can they prohibit practice of any religion (can you say Islam?). The phrase “separation of church and state” was in a letter from Thomas Jefferson to the Danbury Baptist Association in 1802, and the point of the letter was to encourage a wall of separation to protect the church from the government – not the government or schools from the church. Oh, wait, I do understand why so many progressive politicians make this argument all of the time – it is because they try to connect language from a founding father to their progressive agenda and by doing so, they also try to dissuade Americans from believing that Jefferson himself was a religious man. Unfortunately by hearing the reaction to Coons during the debate, it works on a lot of people. You can read about Jefferson’s letter a bit here: http://www.usconstitution.net/jeffwall.html, but don’t fall for everything that this site says – check out The Real Thomas Jefferson by Andrew M. Allison.
Now Coons and his camp are coming out saying that O’Donnell is constitutionally ignorant because she asked, “Where is the phrase ‘separation of church and state’ in the Constitution?” and the crowd at the debate laughed at her. Well, technically, she was right and these case-law students were all wrong, along with Coons. The main problem with this whole issue is the fact that public schools are actually government schools, that are representative of the government; and the ability for local school districts to run their schools has been fading more and more each year – this is the issue at hand for that debate and it was entirely “fudged.” Instead, this ignorant and arrogant crowd of elitists all laughed in unison.
After all of this text that I have provided, the worst part is that we are all paying attention to Coons trying to bring up little things to make O’Donnell look dumb so he can avoid talking about how he spent a $200 million surplus as a Newcastle County Executive, and to make up for it he wanted to tax cell phone calls to 911, he increased property taxes by 50%, and nearly drove New Castle County to the brink of bankruptcy. So let’s do a few simple comparisons and you tell me who you think would do a better job:

O’Donnell – had a mortgage and tax return “hiccup” because she provided pro-bono law services to a desperate family.

Coons – self-proclaimed “bearded Marxist.” (Do not even try to debunk me here by asking if I read his article, because I did, and even thought the title was a joke – the content was oozing with Marxist principals. Oh and his record of taxing is pretty good proof).

O’Donnell – went on a few dates with a guy who was a Wiccan and stopped because it was weird.

Coons – no known association with a Wiccan, but promised not to raise taxes, and then raised them three times.

Are these comparisons adding up? Well, this is what we’re given to compare.

O’Donnell – believes that local officials should determine what their local school curriculum should be.

Coons – believes that politicians in Washington should determine the curriculum for local schools in the entire United States.

O’Donnell – endorsed by Governor Sarah Palin, Governor Mitt Romney, Senator Bob Dole, Senator Jim DeMint and the NRA.

Coons – endorsed by SEIU (Acorn), Delaware State Education Association (NEA), Citizens for Global Solutions (The UN and global government organizations), Progressive Democrats for Delaware, Barack Obama and Joe Biden (not mentioned on his website…hmm).

Although O’Donnell has had a 10 point jump since this debate and the latest Rasmussen poll, I am not sure if that will be enough for her to defeat Chris Coons-Guevara in November, since Delaware voters are believing so many pseudo-intellectuals like Chris Matthews and Rachel Maddow. People of Delaware, please look past this high school-like campaigning and focus on the point. The point is that although O’Donnell is not a dream candidate and you are not going to agree with everything she says – but you know what you are going to get if she were to go to Washington. Coons is stating that he is a free-market type of person, but his past practice shows evidence of anything but, and a vote for Coons is a vote to keep unemployment at or above 10%, a consistent rise in taxes all across the board, an effort for single-payer health care, government controlled internet (umm…what about the first amendment now, Chris?), and an eventual global currency. There is documented evidence that should make voters in Delaware aware that if Chris Coons were sent to Washington, he would vote straight in line with President Obama - committing the same heinous acts of “fundamentally transforming the United States of America” Is this fear mongering? You can call it that, but I call it reality.




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