Thursday, March 4, 2010
When I cook dinner for the wife and kids, I always eat at least 1/4th of the meal or 1/2 of the meal before I serve it to everyone. I do this, because I want my share before everyone grabs it. And I feel entitled to get more than everyone else. If there is a piece of something left on my kids or wife's plate, I eat it without even asking if they're done.
If my wife and I order a large pizza to be split between the two of us, I automatically feel that the box should be a 70/30 split in my favor. This is incredibly selfish on my part and it's an area in my life that I totally have to work on.
Going to a Gay bar, picking up a dude, leaving drunk and getting pulled over. A lot of people don't understand, but the Republican party has a lot of Homosexuals in it. And they universally oppose all legislation that can benefit Homosexuals and Transgendered individuals because they don't want to be outed. They want to hide behind this false persona.
Remember, the Bible says to stay natural. If you're Gay, be Gay. If you're not, don't be. Live the life you are supposed to live. Otherwise, when crap hits the fan and you show yourself to be the opposite of everything you claim to be, people get hurt.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
It's about Prayer in public schools. How would Christians feel if Islam somehow was forced in all schools and Christianity was put on the back burner? He makes this point because many christianists want their version of Christianity put back in public schools and be forced upon all students in those schools despite their religious or non religious affiliations. He's trying to point out their hypocrisy and does a good job doing so.
I had a debate with several members of the church I go to several weeks ago on this exact subject. They said that taking out prayer in schools has been it's downfall. My argument was that they didn't take out prayer. They took out forced prayer. Any kid of whatever faith they are can pray in any public school during their free time and nothing or no one can get in the way of that.
My question to them, is what 'version' of teachings to you want back into school? What institutional religion would be the premise of these policies? They couldn't answer these questions. My last point to them was me pointing out that because our Country is a free country, parents have the choice to send their kids to Christian private schools. Just as Muslim parents can send their kids to Muslim private schools and so on. "Public" means all faiths. You cannot force one faith onto the other.
And speaking from a Christian point of view, forcing our faith into the public domain would be counter to what we believe. But when you hear all these arguments from all over the place in this Country particularly, you see the infection that christianist teachings has on the population and it's members. It makes me nuts.
They also use as an argument that our founding fathers were Christians and our principle documents are based off of Christian principles. This is absurd. Most of our founding fathers were deists. And our beginning documents were stated in such a way to show us that in this Country they didn't want Religious Institutional Control. That's what they ran from. They wanted a truly "free" Country. They also wanted politics and religion separate. They would be pissed right now if they could see how things have gotten here. The Republican party is dominated with christianists and everything they talk about is hypocritical to everything that is taught to us by Christ.
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Friday, February 19, 2010
I tried my best to explain my position over and over again, but that only led me to be accused of talking in circles, changing subjects and suffering from mental gymnastics. I still feel that I did none of that. But on this post, I'm going to try one last time to clarify my position and my position only.
The Bible mentions in it's own way many times over where we have free will. It mentions where we can decide and we can choose what we want and where we want to go. This obviously means to me that our choices are free. We can alter our course in life and change directions. We are not obligated or pre-ordained to go down only one path. We have the ability to move from one path to the other.
Now, how do I reconcile this with an all knowing, all powerful God? Because if our choices are free, then an all knowing God isn't all knowing. But this is where my reconciliation begins, not ends.
I believe that God saw me make every choice. And saw where those choices led before they were made. When I make my choice, it cancels out that domino path. The knowledge God has of the choice I didn't make goes away and he continues to see further down the road pertaining to the path I'm on, and so on and so on.
Does he know the choice I make at the time I make it. No, he witnesses it. But to his Knowledge which is not our knowledge, he saw for certainty me making both choices. He saw for certainty both realities and both lives unfold.
People that disagree with me want to paint God as a human. They want him to have some sort of motivation for doing this. They want this to somehow limit Him. According to them, He has no prediction powers then. He sees no certainty.
I argue this is false. He sees multiple certainties. God and us the individual are a personal relationship and that's the way it's intended. God has left the Holy Spirit here to guide us and help us if we so choose. Since God knows every choice we will face for certain, every multiple choice we make for certain and the results of all the choices made for certain, the Holy Spirit can be exact with us. He can tell us everything we need to know about what faces us, what we should do, and what will happen if we listen to Him.
That is your prediction power. And through this system He has created, he has given us, by His decision, free will. But, He can help us with our decisions because He knows everything. And that knowledge He does know cannot be comprehended totally. Because you try to imagine knowing multiple realities and all these little decisions and affect of all the little decisions made, and you can't think it through. You get stuck. It seems illogical and unreasonable. Well, we're not God. We can't ever comprehend the kind of knowledge the Supreme Being has.
And that's all I will say about this.
Friday, February 12, 2010
Prove God. The believer has to prove to the non believer. Not the other way around. As a believer, the non believer requires us to prove to them that what we believe is more possible than what they don't believe. This is impossible. This cannot be done, and this is why Christians as an example turn extremely volatile and ignorant in debates and conversations with a non believer.
An individual must prove God to themselves. An individual can get lucky and receive an experience without asking for one such as I. When you get these experiences, you cannot deny what you have experienced. In my case, I know for a fact I was reached by the Supreme Being(God). I was not down in my luck, guilty or in a remorseful state. After this experience, all signs pointed to reading and studying the Bible AND many other inspired works.
Once I got into the Bible, by faith and belief, I became a Christian. I experimented and practiced what is taught. I have a firm 100% belief in what I have chosen to be true. But I could never ever prove this to be the one true way to live to a person who is not a Christian. In my experience, living by example and showing a true interest in understanding my neighbor has been beneficial in peaking their curiosity into who I am and what I believe spiritually. At that point, I'm not discussing why I'm right and why they are wrong. Those points are irrelevant to me. All I can do is simply discuss what I believe, how I perceive what is taught to me and why I feel it's necessary. "Necessary" is the word.
But if it's not brought up, it's not mentioned. Because this isn't a race to convert. That is a dangerous game. There is so many stated Christians who I feel are getting the entire message wrong. They are converting and taking advantage of others and are giving them the wrong teachings. We must first realize what is going on within our own faith and fix it before we can go out and spread the word. And let me tell you, we got thousands of years to fix. It has manifested along with political agendas to the point of serious problems. We must witness to other believers and get them on the right spiritual path before we do anything else.
It's not easy, and it never will be. But we have to spread the good news to those who already think they got good news. A very difficult task. But a task that is worth it. It can be done.
Friday, September 25, 2009
"The amount of taxes the federal government took in from the manufacturers of all firearms and ammunition in the fourth quarter of 2008, the period between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31, increased 31 percent over the same time period reported in 2007. That's from the most recent Firearms and Ammunition Excise Tax Collection Report released earlier this month by the Department of the Treasury. The average increase from 2007 in the previous three quarters of 2008 was 9.7 percent."
"Demand for ammunition, across caliber lines, is outpacing supply. In order to keep up with demand, manufacturers are working at full capacity, 24 hours a day, seven days a week," said Ted Novin, the director of public affairs for the National Shooting Sports Foundation."
Now that is downright scary. Again, this is the information age. Too much access to anything you want at any time. Easier to get across any message, so naturally hate, paranoia and fear can be spread in a split second to the paranoid, hateful and fearful.
And remember, we still got 3 and half years left for the Black President. I'm worried.
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Some money quotes:
"Two US delegates left early, according to AFP, with one saying "it was awful, we couldn't stand it any longer." He declined to be identified."
"Palin spoke out against government intervention in the economy. "We got into this mess because of government interference in the first place," Palin said, according to the Wall Street Journal. "We're not interested in government fixes, we're interested in freedom," she added."
I believe the fact that there was absolutely zero regulation on the markets is the reason our economy ended up this way. But she is a Kristol clone. Facts don't matter.
Oh here is a good one:
"She claimed that if taxes were cut and the capital gains tax and estate tax eliminated, the world would "watch the U.S. economy roar back to life."
Does she know that there are two wars going on that actually cost money?
"As fund managers we want to hear about the United States as a whole, not just about Alaska," one told AFP. "And she criticized Obama a lot but offered no solutions."
She also took some good cheap shots at China. You know, the one Country that can and will destroy us whenever they see fit.
I hope she runs in 2012. I really do.
Family Research Council head Tony Perkins gave him this introduction:
"He is now the second highest ranking Republican on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, which is a very important committee on the health care issue,"
And as he spoke to the White Audience of 2000, he gave them an analogy about how the GOP members is comparable to the lot of imperial British agents in India who had to deal with monkeys running amok on a golf course that the colonial occupiers had carved out of the verdant Indian jungle. There was a problem, he said; monkeys would come out of the jungle, grab golf balls, and throw them about. Amidst gradual laughter, he stated:
"I could go into great and long detail about how many things they did to try and eliminate the 'monkey problem.' But they never got it done, so finally this golf course and this golf course only, they passed a rule and the rule was - you have to play the ball where the monkey throws it. [audience laughter swells] And that is the rule in Washington all the time."
The audience according to the article, ate it up. Loved it. Made a lot of sense to them. Missouri, even though has a growing Democratic base, still has a huge base of scary institutionalized crazies. Remember that documentary "Jesus Camp"? I do.
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
*beck v. trans. beck-ing, beck-ed, to be baselessly attacked by an idiot with a megaphone, then have those accusations alter your life for the worse because it’s politically expedient for your spineless superiors to demote or fire you.
Monday, September 21, 2009
I think President Carter didn't consider that. These people now have an open forum. Before, they hid behind their keyboards. Now you are seeing them out in these protests. And they are calling him everything under the sun but "nigger".
They know they are being hypocritical towards "big Government". They know he's not doing 3/4th's of what he's being accused of. However, he is Black, his name is Barack Hussein Obama and he did grow up with Muslims. And because of those 3 facts, they do not care about anything else. We can go into how ludicrous they are, but until people from their side start denouncing this crap, they will not be silent.
Unfortunately, it's going to be one of these nuts that either kills him or attempts to. I fear for our President and our Country. It's only been 8 months. We are in for a troubling future.
Sunday, September 20, 2009
So many problems with this. First, Romney supported the bailouts. Secondly, there isn't any Government take over of Health care. It's called an "option". Choice is a good thing. Choice is what makes us Americans.
And lastly, let's talk about Czar's. Obama has 34 of them. Bush had 46 of them. Do I need to say anything else? Do my institutional brainwashed brethren know this?
But then I remembered that the insurance industry has donated $3 Million to him, and it makes sense. And then I found out that a person who recently signed onto his staff wrote the bill and that person just left Well Point insurance, and it made even more sense.
To get a true Health Bill, we actually need someone not tainted. And I'm not sure if there is anyone that isn't.
What bugs me more, is that the overwhelming majority of Christians in this Country support "for profit" heath insurance which in my mind is against everything Christ teaches. They have substituted "Nationalism" and "Corporations" in place of God.
What a shame.
In our Country, Health Insurance is a right for the Wealthy and a privilege for the poor. Health coverage should never cost a dime. No matter what Country it is, they should cover their citizens. If you have a "for profit" Health industry, people will have their care dropped, and people will become bankrupt. Just like 62% of all bankruptcies in the U.S. last year.
Saturday, September 19, 2009
You know where they were? They were supporting it. After all, he was one of them. He was a middle aged White fundamentalist Christian. He was going after the Muslims. He was torturing his perceived enemies. He was protecting this "Christian" nation.
Then, a Black man, and a liberal to boot became the Leader of this nation. He's been called a socialist, marxist, fascist, muslim, racist and on and on. I've never seen such a thing. With all these protests, you'd think that He was the one that put us in the hole we're in. You'd think that he was the one that bankrupted us 30 years ago, sold arms to Iran, imported illegal drugs from South America, and took away all regulations to corporations. You'd think he was the one that advocated in favor of Corporations deserving the same constitutional rights as individuals.
In 1971, Louis Powell figured out that Institutionalized Religious folks in the midwest and south could be easily manipulated into voting against their best interests. All they had to do, was make them believe that an ideology was created for them and anyone with a "left thinking mentality" was immoral, evil and out to get them. Also, to make them feel as though Corporations were their saviors. His memo and practice of it started the process and as you see now has made most Christians to be nationalistic, idol worshippers.
The Glenn Becks, Sean Hannity's and Rush Limbaughs are all part of this philosophy. And they are damn good at what they do. They prey on peoples fears and bigotry. And these people end up supporting evilness.
When will they learn?
Monday, November 3, 2008
I'm not going to tell you how to understand the Bible, because everyone is different. But learning to read it correctly is where it all starts out.
We must first understand a few things before I continue. Each version of the Bible is biased to a certain degree pertaining to the Religion that interprets that version. I would say all versions of the translated Bibles are about 85-95% accurate. We also must realize that there are several words and phrases that simply can't be translated and what you do see translated are guesses at best. They are assumptions on trying to tell us what the interpreters think the authors are trying to say.
It is of my opinion, that the closest to correct translation comes from the Johova Witness Bible: New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures and Kingdom Interlinear Translation of the Greek Scriptures. Until I learn and master the NT Greek Language, these babies get you real close. Yes, there are biases in this Bible just like any of the others. But this one gets you to around 95% accuracy, and the KIT gives you word for word translation without context variances.
Okay, we've got that out of the way. How are we supposed to read the Bible? Well, the Bible as you see it now, was constructed by men to make it easy to read. They constructed it like a book. That's how we've learned since childhood. But there is a problem with this in regards to the Bible. The Bible isn't a book in the way we interpret "books". Yes, it has stories in it. Yes it has themes, climaxes and plots. However, the main purpose of the Bible, is to go over "subjects". As many subjects as possible that pertain to our human existence. All the things we as humans will encounter, the Bible gives us examples of how others have felt what we've felt and how they dealt with it.
But the main purpose of the Bible is to teach us the story of Jesus Christ and what he taught.
The Bible is one big cross reference, and it should be read as such. With the internet available to us now, this makes a huge impact in our learning of how to read the Bible. Verses are connected to one another throughout. One subject has tons a verses connected to it, and these verses are not in the same spot. They are spread out through different books. Yes, some stories are to be read in whole, but for the most part, you should read verses. Read it verse by verse. Connect the verses associated with one another. Hey, it wasn't my idea to construct the Bible the way it's constructed now. Like I said, each of us has to do the leg work.
It is assumed that the Authors were Godly inspired in their writings. Even though various scriptures were constructed in different era's doesn't mean they're not connected. They are connected. They were inspired, but of course this is my belief.
Understanding what you're reading comes from the Holy Spirit that is within each of us. Without Him, you cannot understand. Taking the Bible as literal all the way is a mistake. Taking the meanings of the verses as literal is correct. That's the difference.
Any questions, feel free to ask. I'll do my best.
Thursday, October 23, 2008
In a lot of other cases, certain Institutions have celebrated their ignorance of what the Bible doesn't say and had the audacity to make their own additional documents, letters and added teachings all off of their assumptions of what isn't written. Amazing.
Unfortunately, all institutions have followers. These followers do not know better in most cases. They know about Jesus and so forth, and then learn what is taught to them. Everyone around them believe in those teachings, and they do too. Why be an outcast when you can be part of a dominant clique? It's a classic case of peer pressure. I call it "Religious Peer Pressure". They certainly don't do the leg work, and if they did, they would leave the institutions. I have no doubts about it. Once the Holy Spirit makes Himself known to you and guides you, there is no looking back. Scripture becomes understood, and the true teachings take shape in your life. You start to understand that Institutionalized Christianity is following the Open Gate.
Let me tell you about what the Bible doesn't say.
It doesn't tell you about Gay Marriage.
It doesn't even tell you about Homosexuality. After all, "homosexuality" wasn't even coined until the 19th century.
It doesn't tell you about Abortion on a Political Scale
It doesn't tell you about Science nor modern Medicine.
It doesn't tell you about Muslims.
There will be another post on how to read the Bible. Also there will be more posts on these very subjects, and we can dissect what the Bible does say.
Christian followers, I know that you Love Jesus, at least the Jesus you were taught. However, you are far off on what exactly Jesus Taught, and you are even further off of what Scripture says and how it was said. There is a lot for you to learn. But it starts with you, and it will end with you too.
Friday, October 17, 2008
Thursday, October 16, 2008
There were two instances in the debate that stuck out to me and showed Obama as the superior as he has been throughout the campaign.
McCain during the debate challenged Obama and asked to recall one time when he went against his party since he's been a Senator in his short term. Obama mentioned 5 instances. That was the end of that challenge and dialog. Another time later, McCain asked Obama to tell Joe the Plumber how much of a fine he would pay. Obama looked into the camera, and told Joe ....."Zero". That was the end of that too. All McCain could do was roll his eyes.
Obama's policies while not all are perfect, at least are laid out to be understood. McCain still has not offered up anything stable and consistent of what he proposes. What does he propose?
The temperament between the two are distinctly different. Does anything phase Obama? Anything? His calmness and level headedness is remarkable. He's always in control. I also feel that if we are lucky enough to have him as President, we will finally have someone with not only a Brilliant mind, but a wonderful heart.
Do I even need to get into the Christian aspect of this debate? Same as the previous two. One showed complete resentment and hatred of the other. The other one was cordial and personal.
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
It's unacceptable for a White person or any other person to call someone of color the "N" word. But now, it's completely acceptable to not only call someone a "Muslim" or "Arab" in a bad way, but be openly prejudiced towards one. It's okay to call them the enemy. This is a major problem that is beginning to show itself and it's coming mostly from Institutionalized Christians and their communities.
A lot of people will say, "can you blame us after what happened on 9/11?". Yes, I blame you and your teachers. Since you can't go after "Niggers" anymore, you need to find another enemy to go after. Institutionalized Christians need enemies. They need them because their faith isn't strong. They really don't know anything about their faith and as a matter of fact they probably have doubts about it. Having an enemy helps them with their insecurity. The funny thing about Christianity that they don't seem to understand, is that it teaches you Security in the form of Love. Once you "get it", you don't pay attention to enemies anymore. What's the point? You've given yourself and sacrificed your inner insecurity to Love. Contrary to popular Institutionalized Christian beliefs, this is what Jesus meant when he said that he brought a sword.
What Jesus was saying, is that his Teachings about Loving God, Your neighbor and Enemies, will be a sword that destroys your inner insecurity and immorality. Your true enemy is yourself. The one you need to fear, is yourself. The one with an agenda against you, is yourself. Your immorality and actions are a product of your insecurity. If you have a problem with Muslims and Arabs, it is because you are insecure. Since you are insecure, I guess that means that you do not understand the teachings. And since we have established this fact, don't you think it's time to stop just for a second, and realize what is happening.
There are Millions of Muslim/Arab Americans in this country. They pay taxes like you . They raise their families like you. They go to ballgames like you. They worship and Love God like you. They are your Neighbor.
Do you love them?
Monday, October 13, 2008
"I would also pray, Lord, that your reputation is involved in all that happens between now and November, because there are millions of people around this world praying to their god — whether it's Hindu, Buddha, Allah — that his opponent wins, for a variety of reasons," [Pastor] Conrad said.
"And Lord, I pray that you would guard your own reputation, because they're going to think that their god is bigger than you, if that happens. So I pray that you will step forward and honor your own name with all that happens between now and Election Day."
Before I get into my thoughts on this, let me just state one fact; Barack Obama has stated that he is a Christian numerous times.
Whether you consider him "your kind" of Christian is for you to decide, but nevertheless he is an Institutionalized Christian. But he is African American with a Muslim name. What can he say? He was born that way. I guess that means he can't be President because to the Brainwashed Institutionalized White Christians from these parts, he's the boogie man. I guess they never could fathom that this could happen. So they have to do something. Let's make stuff up about him. We can convince them, after all he's Black and has a Muslim name to boot. Should be easy.
This prayer is sickening. Imagining the thousands there bowing their heads, going along with the prayer and then giving an emphatic Amen after it makes me want to cry.
Whether they like it or not, God doesn't care who the President will be. It all comes from our free will. And whoever told them that God cares, lied to them.
And if God did care, I would sure hope that He would point out their bigoted, divisive, and shameful ways.
What is so ironic about this prayer, is that while he mentions "their God" versus the "Correct God", he himself is not praying to the "Correct God". He's praying to "his God". And "That God" isn't the God spoken about in the Bible.
This gets worse by the day.
Saturday, October 11, 2008
These McCain/Palin townhall rally's are getting to me. It was good to see McCain defend Obama today, but it is too late. The amazing thing about it, is that when he defened him, the crowd booed. It is remarkable. We talk about bigotry and racism. We know it still exists. But this day in age, people generally keep it in there homes or with close associates. Now it's on national television for everyone to see.
The Vice Presidential Candidate and the sarrogates has incited these people and brought out their hatred on purpose. These brainwashed, bigoted, institutionalized followers were just waiting for something, anything that could unleash them. Mrs. Palin gave them what they wanted. This is the same Vice Presidential Candidate who hasn't held a press conference. Who has now been found guilty of abusing her power as Governor to settle a personal score. She has been caught in at least 12 known lies and yet none of these sorry excuse for Christians care. They see a White Lady with kids and that makes everything okay, because there is a Black Man with the name Barack Hussein Obama running for President. And she has fed them crap after crap and they eat it up. It's sad.
More importantly, this is downright dangerous. I am seriously worried about Obama. The anger shown at the campaign stops is real. This isn't for show. They do not realize nor care that the person they hate for false reasons is a Father and Husband. They are being played and they don't even know it. This is the same tactic used on them in Church on Sunday's which is part of the reason why they have a problem with a Black man with a Muslim name winning the race to the Presidentcy.
Think about that for a minute. All they see is his name and color. They already have a problem with that. Now mention "terrorist friends", "no flag pin", "secretly Muslim", "radical" and you get the reation you're seeing. They have no problems acting this way, because they generally feel they are right. Somehow in their convaluted, screwed up heads, they feel that they are patriotic because of how they are acting and feeling.
Most of these people call themselves Christians. I can't believe this.
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
I have written and warned about the dangers of Institutionalized Christianity. Many have dismissed me and most Institutionalized Christians don't like me and consider me the wolf in sheeps clothing. Institutionalized Christianity divides you especially if it's dominant in a community or State. It preaches intolerance, hatred for others, and warns you of agendas from other ideologies, political affiliations and sexual orientation. It is disgusting, and is certainly not Christianity.
Well, if any of you have been paying attention the last few days, you are seeing first hand the ugliness of Institutionalized Christianity. You are seeing and hearing the members speak for themselves in the crowds at the Republican campaign stops. McCain and Palin have now fueled the fire that has been going on since the Primaries. This is their last hope and have nothing left. Divide America and hope that their side is the majority that can propel them to the top.
What they are doing is telling these people it's okay to hate, and it's okay to assasinate. These are strong words by me and I realize this, but if you are paying attention, they are instigating the bigoted base.
This is what has been heard at the campaign stops from the crowds:
A local Sheriff in Florida purposely saying "Hussein" to stir up the crowd. Has Palin or McCain denounced this? Of course not. They are accussing Obama of supporting Terrorist(s) and feeding this bull crap to the brainwashed Christians. And you can bet your bottom dollar that these unbelievable statements yelled out at these rally's are from Chrsitians. It is sad, and it is getting worse.
I figured that this election would bring out everyones true colors. And it has. The Institutionalized Christian base isn't letting me down. They prove me right every day in every way. They know nothing about the Teachings of Christ. These are the same people that spread and believe the stupid email that accuses Obama of being the Anti-Christ. They say that Revelations describes the Anti-Christ as a Muslim in his middle 40's. Well let me say that a Christian that believes in Christ and His Teachings has actually read the Bible and understands it. It's called Revelation with no "S". There is no such thing as a Muslim in Scripture let alone the Anti-Christ.
They are a disgrace to his Teachings. They are a disgrace to the Faith, and they are following the Open Path. They don't know God. They don't understand the Teachings.
And people like Hannity, Limbaugh, Gibson and the idiot bloggers know these people are brainwashed and controlled. They are whores to the powers that be, and they constantly provoke this divided base.
What these people don't understand, is that if there is another Florida or Ohio instance or God forbid an assassination, they will get the division they want. And it won't be pretty.
I will do my part and constantly talk about the teachings correctly, and what it truly means to be a follower of Christianity. I can only hope that these dangerous, brainwashed, Christian jihadist's listen and eventually turn the page and come on board. I will never stop trying. It is my duty.
As far as who showed their Christianity better, I think this isn't close either. McCain just looks downright contemptuous. He doesn't like Obama, and it shows. The reference to Obama in the language of "That One" is not going to go over well with many people. He did a little better this time in making eye contact, but he is not comfortable being around Obama.
Again, Obama was loose, genuine, and had no problems talking to or looking at McCain. The polls are already showing Obama with a huge advantage, accept for the Fox poll of course.
I will be following up with another post soon. It will be about the last few days regarding what I've seen on the Campaign trail from McCain and Palin. I'm not happy, and I need to put this into words.