Archive for the ‘Interceder’s Thoughts’ Category

30
Aug

The Real Immigration Issue in Congress

   Posted by: Interceder

The problem with immigration in CongressCongress seems to be in a deadlock on the current immigration discussion.

The question should not be how to turn law breakers into citizens. The question  should be how to right a wrong.

Now consider this, the wrong that is probably coming into your mind is the wrong wrong. The argument is how to do right to these people who are already here illegally. That is trying to right the wrong wrong.

The real wrong is why were these people allowed to continue here?

So what is Congress doing? They are trying to make something legal that has been illegal for decades.

Why are they contemplating the legalization of illegal acts? One reason is so they can CYA, cover their acts.

Because the personnel in Congress are too weak, too lazy, too inept, too cowardly to have enforced the existing immigration laws, they are in a perplex situation  where they want to ease their conscience for allowing millions upon multiplied millions of law breakers into this country.

What happens when there are millions of people who have the same goal? They put pressure on the system to make changes. So because there are millions upon millions of illegal immigrants who want to be legal, and there are millions of people who are benefiting from the supply of an illegal item, Congress is trying to decide how to cover their buffoonery.

When will America realize that Congressional ineptitude has struck again.

 



28
Aug

Racism is NOT the Problem

   Posted by: Interceder

Today, we had a remembrance of the days of Martin Luther King.

Racism is NOT the problem.. victim mindset is.

Racism vs Mindset

We had people like the Education Secretary Arne Duncan who said “”Too many of our young people left on the sidelines are black and brown and poor…”

There was a whole lot of media coverage, most of it supporting Barack Omama’s efforts to divide the country using the race card. Mr. Obama has said
“Unfortunately, we’ve got politics that sometimes divides instead of bringing people together,”

But it really seems the issues should not be revolving around racism, but why people are not living to their best potential.  Maybe the discussion should be about the mindset that people have a right to their entitlements. They claim to have been discriminated against but they don’t seem to want to make an effort to improve themselves.

Blacks kill blacks by the hundreds, but that isn’t the issue. The illiteracy rate seems to be about 48% among graduating high school students, but that doesn’t seem to be the issue.

How about some of the activists working on the real issues? When will America stop listening to bags of wind and require a modicum of responsibility from those who present themselves as victims?



27
Mar

Wrongful Activism

   Posted by: Interceder

The battle continues for the sanctity of religious freedom and the family, two issues under full attack by the more and more protected class of homosexual activists. The latest sequel of the battle, which should never have achieved its current status, is California’s Proposition 8.

Of the People, By the People, For the People

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15
Mar

Another Wasted Republican

   Posted by: Interceder

Ohio Senator Rob Portman has decided to change his position on same-sex marriage. The reason, because his son has “come out of the closet.” So we have another fool who had claimed to be a conservative who has now caved to the political pressure of the homosexual movement because he has personal knowledge.

It is pretty obvious that once someone decides to become a politician, they give up all possibility of maintaining integrity. It seems to be impossible to stand on moral convictions when life begins to show its ugly side.

Let’s take it for granted that if Senator Portman has a relative who is convicted of one too many instances of driving under the influence then he will deem it no longer an immoral act to drive while intoxicated and thus he will offer his influence and campaign to remove all the unfair laws pertaining to DUI.

Having politicians in homosexual relationships seems to be as  popular now as it has been in Hollywood in the near past. This time it is a politician whose family is involved in homosexuality rather a politician who has revealed their “partner.”  Politicians are embracing the “in” life style choice which has dominated Hollywood for years.  You may have been one of the few who noticed a movie or television show can not be produced unless there is a celebration of homosexuality. Let there be no misunderstanding, homosexuals have made themselves more visible for one purpose, political influence.

A slow, painful death has been released. America is under attack and will be defeated by the forces coming against it. The next goal for the homosexuals is an all out enforcement against “hate speech” where anyone who mentions that homosexuality is actually a sin will be more apt to receive the death penalty than someone who has been convicted of murder. The politicians are eager for the legislation so they will have more power to control what can and cannot be said against them. The President, who wishes he was dictator and will not tolerate ANY criticism, probably already has briefs prepared for hate speech as he did on the homosexual marriage issue. Hussein has created a newly protected class of individuals which is based on a chosen lifestyle and what someone is willing to confess about themselves.

Once “hate speech” laws have become the rule of the land the next hurdle will be more laws to control the capabilities of the Internet. As the government gets more intrusive there can be no way it would want to allow any dissident opinions of their policies. The Internet will have to have increased supervision.

When will America decide enough is enough? Is there anybody out there?

 

22
Jan

Some Perspective on Priorities

   Posted by: Interceder

When will America put some perspective into the insanity of mistaken priorities.

Assault RiflesAccording to some published gun facts, the total number of gun deaths in 2011 in the United States was 32,163. And more specifically, the total number of deaths in 2010 caused by “long guns,” which would include the so-called “assault weapon” was 576 (there are no zero’s in that number).

In contrast to all the coverage the news media gives to the gun control crowd, we have another set of numbers.

Baby in the wombIn contrast, the most current information on the number of abortions performed every year is 1.2 MILLION.

To expand on those numbers, the ratio of gun related deaths to abortions is 32,163 to 1,200,000 abortions or 37 abortions to every gun related death. So, for every 1 person in Chicago who is killed with a gun, there are 37 infants killed by abortionists.

(Read this web page also.)

There are 576 “long barrel” deaths to 1,200,000 abortions. So for every person killed by an “assault rifle” there are 208 abortions.

The news media can not get enough coverage of a gun related incident. The more violent the attack and the more people involved the better. Yet have you ever seen media coverage of an abortion procedure. You may find that to be a very violent piece of video. The problem is there is only one victim. Not newsworthy.

One other difference  murder victims receive a burial.  Aborted babies receive a trash can.

Which needs to be controlled.

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22
Jan

In Defense of Unborn Children

   Posted by: Interceder

To inspire and challenge you in the defense of unborn children

(reposted from afa.net)

 January 22, 2013

Today, Tuesday, January 22, marks a tragic day in our nation’s history. Forty years ago on this day the Supreme Court decided that preborn children did not have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Indeed, they had no rights whatsoever.

American Family Studios has produced two videos,Aaron and The Award, for crisis pregnancy centers to play for expectant mothers while they are waiting for their pregnancy test results to be completed. At this point, they have a captive audience who is in a state of mind for these powerful videos to impact a decision that will affect the rest of their life.

Please watch The Award, a brand new short film from American Family Studios. When I watched it, I was vividly reminded again that we are in a war for the lives of babies and the souls of their mothers.

As a follow-up, we have included the true story of Gabriel Young. Gabriel shares her personal story of facing the difficult decision to keep her child.

Our hope is that women seeing these short films will indeed know that the life they are carrying inside them is a precious gift from God. We pray they will choose life.

I’ve also included links to two articles that I think are critically important in our battle for the right of unborn children. They only take a few minutes to read, but will leave a lasting impression.

4
Oct

The Congress That Is Unschooled

   Posted by: Interceder

Most of the pundit activity centers around the upcoming election of the President. While it is extremely crucial to make a change in that office for the sake of the United States remaining a viable entity rather than a third world country, there is another factor in the operation of this country which needs to be addressed.

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8
Jul

Considering the Second Amendment

   Posted by: Interceder

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_politics_in_Germany#The_1938_German_Weapons_Act

The 1938 German Weapons Act

The 1938 German Weapons Act, the precursor of the current weapons law, superseded the 1928 law. As under the 1928 law, citizens were required to have a permit to carry a firearm and a separate permit to acquire a firearm. Furthermore, the law restricted ownership of firearms to “…persons whose trustworthiness is not in question and who can show a need for a (gun) permit.” Under the new law:

  • Gun restriction laws applied only to handguns, not to long guns or ammunition. Writes Prof. Bernard Harcourt of the University of Chicago, “The 1938 revisions completely deregulated the acquisition and transfer of rifles and shotguns, as well as ammunition.”[4]
  • The groups of people who were exempt from the acquisition permit requirement expanded. Holders of annual hunting permits, government workers, and NSDAP party members were no longer subject to gun ownership restrictions. Prior to the 1938 law, only officials of the central government, the states, and employees of the German Reichsbahn Railways were exempted.[5]
  • The age at which persons could own guns was lowered from 20 to 18.[5]
  • The firearms carry permit was valid for three years instead of one year.[5]
  • Jews were forbidden from the manufacturing or ownership of firearms and ammunition.[6]

Under both the 1928 and 1938 acts, gun manufacturers and dealers were required to maintain records with information about who purchased guns and the guns’ serial numbers. These records were to be delivered to a police authority for inspection at the end of each year.

On November 11, 1938, the Minister of the Interior, Wilhelm Frick, passed Regulations Against Jews’ Possession of Weapons. This regulation effectively deprived all Jews of the right to possess firearms or other weapons.[7]

 

18
Apr

Secret Service Busted

   Posted by: Interceder

Well it appears the secrets of the Secret Service are coming to light.

Or, does our government again think the we are going to believe whatever lies and cover ups are presented to “explain” the misconduct of personnel in Columbia?

When will America let the leadership know we are not as stupid as they want us to be? Any thinking person will realize that 11 secret service agents (that we know about) all went rogue at the same time? No, it is painfully obvious that this type of misconduct has been going on for a long time or 11 people would not think they could get away with this type of activity in the same location at the same time.

17
Jan

Aren’t Conservatives Disgusted Yet?

   Posted by: Interceder

It seems every election cycle we get a new set of candidates crammed down our throats while there is another set of candidates who seem to actually represent what conservative Americans just might want in the office of President.

The present cycle seems to be no different, if not worse. “THEY” are telling us that only Mitt Romney has a chance to beat Barak Obama in the presidential dual. Meanwhile, Conservatives seem to prefer Rick Santorum.

Maybe… no… probably one reason “THEY” have a preference in who runs for the highest office in the land is because Mitt Romney is in that favored group of the Washington elite, the ‘THEY” who are really being allowed to make far too many decisions.

There is no need to go over the political differences of these 2 candidates. That is not the point here. There are plenty of sources for you to get information on what these men stand for.

The point is we are getting someone crammed down our throat again because ‘THEY” have chosen him, just as “THEY” chose John McCain in 2008. As far as I am concerned, part of the proof is John McCain has endorsed Mitt Romney.

No matter how offensive a candidate is to the conservative, the standard excuse for choosing a nominee seems to be”Is he electable?” And “THEY” continue to use that rhetoric to push their agenda on voters. The really, really pathetic part of the equation is that voters fall for it.

The big question should be… “What are the real differences in Barak Obama and Mitt Romney, besides the fact one has a “D” in front of their name and the other has an “R.” Either of these men are, at best, moderates.

Now, what if the voters stood up to the Washington inside crowd and actually voted their conscience rather than vote the way some political consultant told them. How did these pundits get such power?

If Rick Santorum is unelectable because he is “too conservative,” then Republicans need to let the entire citizenship of the United States make that decision in November. The alternative is the same as that in 2008 when the “in-crowd” told Americans that John McCain was the most electable Republican. Otherwise, it really seems we are just making a choice of whether we want an “R” or a “D” Progressive to continue the downward spiral of this country.

When will America take back the privilege to vote for a candidate based on their actual choice by conscience rather than on the opinion of some pundit?

 

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