Grant Swank
Muslim Obama: heed Idaho gov hopeful: God save America
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By Grant Swank
January 6, 2010

Separation of church and state? No need to tell Idaho GOP gubernatorial candidate Rex Rammell.

He holds that religion is a guaranteed expression in America. Further, he reports that one's Christian faith is a necessity in today's corrupt state of affairs.

Rammell believes America was found on the Bible's God. He believes that God is available to rescue the Republic today. He believes that God disciples need to trust and obey for divine blessings to come upon the nation, per Dan Popkey of Idahostateman.com.

The Constitution is in trouble, Rammell proclaims. It can be put in place by God. Rammell spells out his faith in a news conference on YouTube.

"America would not exist if it wasn't for the divine hand of providence in not only intervening to win the Revolutionary War but in writing the inspired words of the Constitution.

"To think that we can save the Constitution without God's help when the government of the United States is corrupt is absurdity."

Government corrupt? Yes, conclude countless Americans. Marxist Muslim Barack Hussein Obama with his czar laden shadow government points to a corrupt scheme at work in DC.

Obama's lack of concern for Muslim terrorist activity, appointments of Muslims in big time governmental slots, catering to Muslim leaders worldwide, and now secreting through Congress a bill against Americans spells corruption.

"We are in America's second Revolutionary War to save our freedom, which we paid for with blood. We need God's help and I'm not ashamed to ask for it," Rammell continues.

Many God believers throughout the United States are praying earnestly for a righteous turn-around on this continent.

Wherever I go, believers are talking about the need for fervent intercessions before the heavenly throne. They are also examining biblical prophecy more than ever.

In communicating with a Panamanian today, she said that she has hardly slept in the last year due to what is going on in America. She has moved to Panama where the government is civil, non-threatening.

I responded by asking her to continue to petition heaven for our country. She assured me she would.

That kind of back-and-forth converse is common today among those who know the Bible and also realize the government has imploded in favor of the enemy.

Read "Idaho GOP gubernatorial candidate Rammell expands on controversial prophecy in YouTube video" at http://www.idahostatesman.com/idahopolitics/story/1029316.html

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Joseph Grant Swank, Jr., is a pastor at New Hope Church in Windham, Maine... (more)

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