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This past week has been a difficult one for people that love America. First came the federal judge that struck down much of the new Arizona law. Then we found out that many in positions of power were trying to bypass congress and create amnesty. Next the EPA continued its war on agriculture, and decided to regulate farm dust. Now we have gay federal judge ruling from San Fransicko ruling that Prop 8 was unconstitutional. I feel like I'm trying to stop a flood with a paper cup. For every small victory, there are ten major defeats.

The ruling today has really made me wonder how much longer our nation will last. If God spares America, he will owe Sodom and Gomorrah an apology. Prop 8 gave me great hope. Even in liberal California, the majority of the people were still basically decent. Now A GAY JUDGE has struck down thousands of years of Judo-Christian law. How can a judge with such a clear conflict of interest be allowed to rule on this case?

Many wise men and women have observed that the strength of America came from its goodness. We are committing acts of genocide against millions of defenseless unborn children, while lecturing others about human rights abuses. We expose children to pornography and drugs, and wonder why they grow up to sexual predators, and habitual drug users.

Most of the people are trying, as families, as individuals, to do the right thing. However, our government and the media are controlled by evil people. Not incorrect or misguided. Evil! They rejoice in wickedness, and mock those that do what is right. No great nation ever falls without first sowing the seeds of its own destruction. Look around, we can all see and feel things slipping away.

I have come to the inescapable conclusion that November will not make much difference. Congress has no real power. Our republic is dead. It may be too late to restore our nation. But, it's not too late to save our communities and families. I'm not giving up, and will continue to fight for my country, but I am not going to lie to myself. It may be too late too win this fight. Never the less, I would rather fight like a lion until my last breath, than roll over and die.



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