Wednesday, November 5, 2008

A Prayer and a Hope

I hope and pray that every American will one day open their eyes and ears to what our country was founded on and why.
I pray that they read and understand the true meaning of the U.S. Constitution and its Amendments.
I hope that they find and read a copy of the Declaration of Independence and understand that those who signed it put their lives on the line for what they believed in.
I pray that they understand why the Revolutionary War was fought. And just how tough that War was to fight.
I hope that every American will read the true history of the colonization of America and realize that, yes, for the greater majority of the colonists, religion was a major reason (and a way of life) for their settlements on these shores.
I pray that modern day Americans have not become so complacent that they are willing to forgo our freedoms so they can "have more."
I hope the new president realizes that, yes, he may have won the presidency but their are still millions who do not like nor want his socialist policies, for they go against every grain of our forefather's founding documents. I pray that those who voted for this man will see this before it's too late.
I pray that Providence will step in and guide this new president in the right direction - Providence being God and not the likes of Jeremiah A. Wright Jr., Louis Farrakhan, or Jesse Jackson

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