Monday, November 30, 2009

The U.S. is not dead … yet ~ By Herman Cain

Commentary from WorldNetDaily
Herman Cain By Herman Cain Posted: November 30, 2009 ~ 1:00 am Eastern © 2009 "The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated" was an expression popularized by Mark Twain after hearing that his obituary had been published in the New York Journal circa 1897. A daily overdose of bad news about our economy, military casualties and bad legislation being rushed through Congress by the Democrats would make it easy for someone to be ready to pronounce the death of the United States. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Despite all of the attention devoted to negative stories about the recession, jobs, the wars and what the liberals are trying to do to this country, we are not dead yet. The operative word is yet. Yes, we are on the brink of bankruptcy as a nation. Yes, our economy is stalled due to a recession that did not have to happen. And yes, our situation in Afghanistan is deteriorating because of a procrastinating president. Yet, there are many things for which we can be thankful. Our Constitutions is not broken. It is simply not being enforced, and it is being misinterpreted by some people. The First Amendment to the Constitution says that government cannot impose religion on the people. It does not say that religion cannot be exhibited in government. Liberals ignore this fact as they try to eliminate religion and faith from our culture. All of our currency is inscribed with "In God We Trust" for a reason. READ FULL STORY >
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