Taking Shelter from the Socialist Storm

“When you walk through a storm, hold your head up high and don’t be afraid of the dark.  At the end of the storm is a golden sun and the sweet silver song of the lark.”  “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” Carousel, 1945.

After leaving KL’s house yesterday to help her prepare for the storm – I live in a much drier section of town than she does – I took Riverdale Road out to the highway to get to Staples.  There I discovered the perfect Smart Growth community, layed out exactly as described in their books:  a monstrous-five story apartment building in the midst of an industrial park.

People don’t realize it, but it’s the stuff of nightmares.  This new Riverdale is not exactly a company town of the 19th Century, but it’s certainly the company town of the 21st.  All you’ll do is eat, sleep, go to work, and in your off-hours, play electronic games or watch propaganda television telling you what a great leader Obama is.  That’s what they do in China.  Nobody cares about politics or freedom; as long as they’re a member of the Party, they can count on a job.

Glenn Beck and the Blaze are reporting that at the moment, Obama has the electoral votes to win, but that it’s close.  We are duty-bound to do everything in our power to elect Mitt Romney to presidency.  What’s happening out there in the suburban neighborhoods, stores and malls, however, is that many people have chosen not to vote at all.  They definitely don’t like Obama but the brainwashing about Mitt Romney has worked.  He’s been branded an evil billionaire and just another Republican.  For the everyday, working class people, the label is sticking.

Still, Romney’s numbers are up, which means not everyone has bought the lie.  Hurricane Sandy may give us an assist – or not.  The storm surge coming up New York Bay is going to flood out low-lying sections of New Jersey’s liberal cities, particularly Jersey City, probably Newark, and definitely Asbury Park.  The storm is going to go west and then make a hook northward over Pennsylvania.  What goes up must come down, and those waters will eventually reach northern New Jersey’s main rivers.  Hurricane Irene did quite a lot of damage in Paterson.

The election is going to be close, and while we hope for the best, we must prepare for the worst.  Under Obama, what’s left of our credit and credibility will vanish, like the Jersey Shore sands under Hurricane Sandy.  The sand can only be replaced at great cost to the taxpayers.  A sort of “Sandulus” will have to be instituted in order to restore the beaches so the resort towns don’t go under water, literally and figuratively.  So it will be with our economy, if Hurricane Obama erodes our free market economic base and leaves America exposed to her competitors and debtors.

Stock up on non-perishable foods as soon as you can.  Inflation has set in and the prices are only going to get worse.  If you don’t have a large freezer, but have the room and the money for one, invest in one.  Some people are able to store up to a year’s worth of food in one of these big freezers.

Be prepared also for the onslaught against your children.  Children and young people are teetering on the precipice.  Pushing them over the edge into blind acceptance is an easy task.  Your children will be like the students of China.  They made a brave stand at Tianamen Square in the 1980s.  But after seeing a thousand students slaughtered in that demonstration, students took to sticking their heads in the sand, the same way American students do.

Some of us are collecting books that tell the truth about what has happened to America, financially, culturally, and religiously.  That someone would throw away a bible, be it only a children’s bible, is an unsettling sign.  If we lose God as our authority, there will be no one to turn to for help.  Some people can be trusted; others cannot, and they are the ones being voted into office.

If we don’t remove Obama from office, he will tax middle class families right out of their homes.  Pompton Lakes, between the DuPont flume and the flood zone, is a prime example of how the government will use its environmental powers to seize land and power.  There’s also Bloomingdale.  A government that can declare a pristine (never developed) woodland a “blighted area” can do anything.

They’re counting on time, class envy, the gender gap, and the Generation Gap to do the job for it.  The destruction of the nuclear family and even the extended family is key to destroying America.  Exploit the generation gap and you will have a younger generation that simply will not heed the lessons the older generation is trying to teach it.  The young are naturally stubborn.  The government hopes to downgrade their quest for freedom, for a family life, for financial independence in exchange for security and an easy lifestyle.

Mom and Dad always said there was an order to things:  God, country, family.  I asked them why country came before family.  They said that without a free country, having a family wouldn’t be possible, and that without God, freedom wouldn’t be possible.

There’s only one way to talk to God, and that’s through prayer, whether it’s the on-your-knees variety, or bowing your head and folding your hands at the table, meditating, or reading the Bible.  He’s willing to be there for us, but we must ask for His help.  He won’t just give it to us.  Or maybe He will.  However it is, we must trust in his wisdom and justice; not the Government’s.

“Walk on through the wind, walk on through the rain

Though your dreams be tossed and blown.

Walk on, walk on with hope in your heart

And you’ll never walk alone.

You’ll never walk alone.”  Carousel, 1945.

 

 

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