November 02, 2016

Into the Light

Democratic Party Chairman Donna Brazile dodged the question of feeding debate questions to the Clinton camp and told TV Fox News interviewer Megyn Kelly, “As a Christian woman, I understand persecution…Your information is false. What you’re -- well, for suggestive e-mails were stolen. You’re interested and you’re like a thief that wants to bring into the night the things that.” It’s a mouthful to invoke the name of Christ, claim persecution and take Scripture out of context all in one breath. Apparently Ms. Brazile put metaphors, parables and end-times in her own political blender. Paul said, “But you, brothers, are not in darkness so that this day should surprise you like a thief. You are all sons of the light and sons of the day. We do not belong to the night or to the darkness” (1 Thess 5:4-5 NIV).

1 comment:

Steve Corey said...


-----I don’t think there ever was a time when the differences between the Democrat and Republican parties were not essentially the same as between night and day. Donna Brazile is just being a Democrat. The most basic and first point of difference is that the Democrat party is the party of intellectual deceit. I know that is a hard thing to say, because there are a lot of good folks who’ve aligned themselves with that party. But they are just part of the proof. They’ve been deceived. The Democrat agenda can not move forward amongst the American people without deceit, because its principles are those very political natures the Constitution and Bill of Rights stand against: big, central controlling government.
-----Our Republic is based upon small government of dispersed control for the very fact that the founders of this nation did not trust human beings to hold large amounts of power. The Bill of Rights testifies to this. There would have been no Federal government without the Bill of Rights. It was the solution to the “central control” problem the thirteen states feared. And the Bill of Rights supplied that solution by enacting limitations of government. Barrack Obama is another evidence that Democrats are the anti-constitutional party. He discussed his criticisms of the Bill of Rights in that it is a negative document, not a positive one, for it does not empower government like it should; it limits government.
-----All men are false. Only God is true. That’s honest scripture (of course, there’s no dishonest scripture.) But that does not mean that some men tend towards falsehood while others tend towards the truth. Some practice deceit in between the lines of their truth. Others practice truth in between their lines of deceit. Everyone defrauds somewhat. It is just that some make an effort to control and limit their deceit to the insignificant parts of life, while others find ways to apply deceit right to the basic structures of the culture we all have to share.
-----The Democrat party has always been the party of slavery. The KKK was a creation of the Democrat party. Sen. Larry Byrd was a grand master in the KKK. And the Republican push passed the 1963 Equal Rights Act against Democrat resistance. These are facts you all can find. But that’s not how we hear it from the Democrat media. Listening to Democrats, they freed the slaves and sheltered them from the Republican plantations. Yet the slaveholding South was overwhelmingly Democrat. Lie, lie, lie, it's their gig.
-----We always hear “democracy” this “democracy“ that; three wolves and a sheep voting what’s for dinner. Democracies are bullyhoods of the majority. The majority rules. You ever wonder why they’re called “Democrats”? Ever wonder why the others are called “Republicans”? A republic abides within the boundaries of a legal agreement, no matter what the majority says. Limited power. That’s why we are not a democracy, but a republic of democratically elected representatives, not kings or despots, but representatives.
-----Think about Scalia’s empty seat. Who will restrain the government within the boundaries of our legal contract if the majority of that court feels like Obama about government power? But, ssssshhhhh, don’t spill any beans about democracy. It might hurt someone’s feeeeeliiiinnngs. So, spare them with a little deceit.

Love you all,
Steve Corey