Michael Bresciani
Eye candy on the view -- Am-dad at the UN -- America on the rocks
By Michael Bresciani
September 28, 2012

Current affairs and foreign policy have met together in a Disney like cartoon production where Howard Stern is heard asking questions about Romney's choice of Sarah Palin as his running mate and getting serious answers from Obama supporters found on the street.

Just when unbelievable, pushes the cartoon toward the horror genre, along comes the polls out of Ohio. The state's motto is a Bible verse, 'with God all things are possible,' but a glance at the Obama jump in the polls forces any serious researcher to check, just to be sure if the motto may have been appendaged with 'even if you are living in a vacuum.'

It is hard to believe that the state that gave us Presidents Harding, Hayes, Harrison, Grant and Garfield has now opted for a pop-culture, eye candy hero, whose idea of foreign policy is showing up on 'The View' giggling, prancing and looking pretty, while 1.5 billion Muslims are bringing the world to the brink of world war three. The only thing missing is Daffy Duck or perhaps Lady Gaga to finish up the show.

In his UN speech on Tuesday September 24, 2012 Obama said "The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam. But to be credible, those who condemn that slander must also condemn the hate we see in the images of Jesus Christ that are desecrated, or churches that are destroyed, or the Holocaust that is denied."

After giving what might seem a eulogy for Ambassador Chris Stevens and then rolling all over the petted tolerance and diversity issues they all love down at the old UN, he quoted Gandhi who said, "Intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit."

As a 40 year student of the Bible I can't vouch for any prophet who carries a sword, marries children and calls for the death of non Islamists, but I do trust a real prophet who endured godless kings, vicious lions and threats on his life for telling the truth.

The prophet Daniel announced that in the last days tolerance, diversity and a soupy general trend toward 'live and let live' would become pervasive in our world — but it will fail miserably. To wit:

"And whereas thou sawest iron mixed with miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay." (Daniel 2: 43)

Foreign policy is much more than an eye candy prez who tells us it's time to 'live happily ever after,' at the very same moment in which China, Japan, Korea, Iran, Syria and the entire Muslim world are about to dash at each other's throats.

Once the first shots are fired, once the first army is mobilized or once the first jets are deployed to another country to destroy; contrasts may start to come back into view. The cartoon will end for a very real-time global wake up call. Michelle's mandates against fatty foods in schools, Mayor Bloomies war against 32 oz. sodas in New York, and the Prez's new cool about men marrying men and babies being dumped like refuse under the 'law of the land' will be seen for what they really are — nefarious lies, national denial and the most shameful behaviors our nation has produced in its entire history.

But should a prophet arise in America, who carries a sword and kills his enemies, weds children and tells his followers to kill non-believers; how long would he last? What law enforcement agency would not rush to scoop him up and label him as a, loose cannon, a psychopath and a dangerous man? Perhaps he could survive in Ohio where polls indicate that Ohioans are having trouble discerning between who is good for the nation and who is most likely to lead it to its final demise.

As disclaimers and apologies go, please don't send a million emails, we all know Ohio is a great state so take it as good advice? It will take more than eye candy and pop-culture heroes to get America out of the sinking morass of liberal nonsense — that threatens the future of our nation.

The perpetual party will expire, cartoons come to an end and eye candy grows old and wrinkles, but the nation needs not expire along with it — consider this.

"When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn." (Proverbs 29: 2 KJV)

© Michael Bresciani


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