Saturday, January 2, 2010


The word popped into my mind this morning, one I hadn't thought of for a long time. The word was "subversive." I'm not a typical name-caller and I don't usually go by labels, so I don't go around looking for platitudes to define people. I was actually surprised the word came to me. I looked it up. And I found this from Webster's dictionary online:

sub·ver·sive (-siv)


tending or seeking to subvert, overthrow, or destroy (an established government, institution, belief, etc.)

The next thing that came to my mind was Barry Obama standing there last year saying, "We are five days from fundamentally changing the United States of America."

Subversion was the goal all along. Shame on those who didn't see that. Shame on the voters who didn't take the time to research or pay attention to the aspirations of a subversive candidate. Shame on those who voted for this man deliberately to do this to our country. Shame on our political process that turned up two bad candidates. Shame on allowing Acorn to fraudulently skew elections. Shame on the Congressional Black Caucus who are dyed in the wool communists. Shame has been brought to America by subversive elements who have rigged the system and are systematically taking down our Constitution.

It's January 2, 2010 and all I can think of is, shame has been brought to America by a subversive posing as President of the United States of America.


  1. Obama has carefully and skillfully positioned himself amongst many on the left as long as I can see, thus making his final conquest become alive and well in the form of his being our leader. Scary it is, but sadly it was orchestrated for him by so many. As Glenn Beck outlines each night the cycle and lines all come together and the pieces of so many puzzles are fitting together quite well. To America's disdain we are all now witnessing the fundamentally change that he talked about on that day becoming all too real. In my lifetime I never imagined I would live to witness what so many are seeing now. Obama is a big black lie as Kevin Jackson reminds us on his Monday night show. I am praying harder than I have in my life. I am only 47 but what truly bothers me and frightens me is the future of my 12 yr old son. God help us all. He is surely crying tears from heaven.

    Enjoy your pages tremendously.. thanks to Tony for linking it from his page.

    Lisa Harper
    Belmont NC
    Another unemployed American who is fighting along with so many for our Nation to return to its roots.

  2. Lisa, Hi...Thanks so much for your kind comment. I'm watching the Massachusetts race today with hope that the electorate is coming alive in opposition to the Obama agenda. Like you I am praying for our country more than I have ever felt the need to do, asking for God to save and preserve our Constitution for our children.

    One thing that gives me hope is that the schemes of the socialists are doomed to fail and this time in our lives is no exception. It's a teachable moment, as they say. The hard part is going through the damage they do in the meantime, and trying to reverse it. Hang in there...I hope the best for you.