In these trying times we found ourselves in, we need to seek God's will, not our will.
Germany in the 1930s was seeking a leader, someone that would lead them into prosperity, a leader to put their trust in. They made one gigantic mistake. They put their faith and trust in one man, and looked to him to fix their problems; they were willing to look the other way while he fixed the problems.
Many in America it seems are sitting in the rocking chair of apathy, rocking on the porch of gullibility. The question is how did we let our leaders that are supposed to work for us, our servants if you will, get us into this mess? You and I owe over $1 billion dollars per day every day in interest payments, not one dime on the principle. I have heard that is about $50,000 per person. How will your grandchildren pay your debt? You would think the politicians would stop after they ran out of our money, but they got our credit cards, too.
For evil men to prosper they must have someone to vilify, someone to direct the hate and anger to. So they blame the big oil companies and the rich, they make them as evil. That is what they did in Germany in the 1930s. They took all the wealth from the rich. We are Americans first then maybe Republican or Democrat; politics should not be a team sport.
We need to seek leaders with integrity, morality, and honesty, men that will stand up for the constitution, and what is right for America not what is good for them and their party. We as American patriots must do our homework, seek the truth about our leaders, and don't sit this one out. Get informed, stay informed, don't reject something on the grounds it came from a party your mother and father might have belonged to. Seek the truth. There is but a little time left to repair the future for your grandchildren and their children.
Submitted by Virtual Newsroom