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When we mandated the colors of traffic lights we said it was morally wrong for someone to proceed on a red light while the cross traffic has permission to go on a green light.
Yes I will agree that the family deterioration can be attributed to fiscal policy--ignorance of our Maker and embracing the mighty idol of Mammon and stuff. But Big Pravda relativists deem that's not politically polite to discuss this in public. Fiscal sanity will not be embraced when there is no ethical center encouraged in individuals-- Teach 9.12 principles!
Santorum has been consistent on his reasoned stands on marriage, abortion and the poverty issues for thirty years. He used the Brookings institute stats (liberal org) to evince why many Americans are stuck in a poverty morass--high school dropout rates, premarital sex, out of wedlock pregnancies,
Fixing interest rates, taxes, and fiscal deficits will not solve anything. Focusing on the mammon of fiscal issues alone has been and will continue to be historically fatal.
What will it profit a person to gain the whole world, yet lose one's soul?
Recall Santorum’s final admonition to the Catholic bishops, regarding how their moral purposes ought best to be achieved:
“And it’s time to wake up and realize that government isn’t the answer to the social ills.
It’s people of faith, and it’s families, and it’s communities, and it’s charities that need to do this….”
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Read and weigh Dr. Williams true commentary instead.
It's refreshing to spend quiet time in classic history books of our nation and biographies on Adams and other founding patriots. We don't need the powder wigged artifice of their time, but from their devoted reflections, actions, and sacrifices to birth a free nation, our America, we can learn how to better walk and talk as true patriots.
Recall elections have six Wisconsin Republicans under the gun.
Madison, Wis. — For Wisconsin progressives, the winter protests in the capitol were just the beginning. On Tuesday, six Republican state senators could be ousted from office for supporting first-term Republican governor Scott Walker, whose fiscal reforms have shocked the state bureaucracy and public-sector unions. If Democrats pick up three seats, they will take control of the upper chamber, which currently has a 19–14 Republican majority. The August elections were spurred by labor activists who collected enough signatures earlier this year to force the state to hold recall votes. Since then, more than $30 million has been poured into the contests, which both parties view as a proxy fight over Walker’s record in the run-up to the 2012 cycle. . .
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