Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Rush's Take: Can't Beat Santa

The 2012 election is over, and Barack Obama has managed to finagle himself into another term. I'll have more to say on the subject later, but for now, I'd like to offer you Rush Limbaugh's take on the election aftermath. Bill O'Reilly said much the same thing last night in predicting Obama would carry the night. Interesting, and likely true. But there is more to this than simply a nation of children wanting their "gimme gimme gimme."

I think there is a deep, serious spiritual component of this, and the abortion issue touches on it. We saw it in the way some conservative candidates very badly articulated their viewpoints on the subject, and were skewered in the liberal media. There is a way to answer that question, and I will be posting on that next time. Mind, it won't satisfy those to whom abortion is a sacrament, but at the very least, they won't be able to say it's heartless and cold.

And there will be more. We need to re-assess how America has changed, and what has happened to the American soul. And that's much more serious than we realize. Abortion and the politics of sex are only the veneer of the poison that's rotting the country from the inside. But that's for another day. In the meantime, read what Rush had to say and think about it.

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