Saturday, November 1, 2008

a pivot point.

With a kleenex box in hand, my cheeks are stained, my nerves have shaken me, and my stomach won't stop churning.

All because of this broadcast.

Today, some might be hoping for Barack's pledge to "keep our country safe." His plan to make life run "smoother." However, I'm on my knees for the little ones. The ones that won't get a chance at life in our country if Mr. Obama gets his way.

Please be informed!

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am right there with you Tiff! My Grandma has told me for years we MUST vote for morals not the economy! God has a heart for the children and if we don't protect them just think what He will do to those who don't!

Jennisa said...

I know how you feel. I just read this article the other day...

http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/viewarticle.php?selectedarticle=2008.10.14_George_Robert_Obama%27s%20Abortion%20Extremism_.xml

It's just awful...

Anonymous said...

i just noticed but now you have 1 two year old and two one year olds

Following Him said...

AMEN sister! He does not have my vote either!
~Elyse~

Anonymous said...

I totally agree.

Liz said...

I couldn't agree more!
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Faith Hope Love Mama said...

You know how I feel after my last post. Just can't vote for my pocket book when morals are being so devestatingly ignored.

Anonymous said...

I agree totally!! With a name:
Barack Hussein Mohammad Obama, doesn't that sound a bit Islamic. I then think of an America take over, he'd be placing his frightning associations in high places in the govt. America wouldn't never be the land of the free that we are accustom to. Dear Jesus help us! Vote for HIS values.

Anonymous said...

4under3 I love your blog. So fun! I do, however, seem to completely disagree with your political stance...but that's ok :) because we both LOVE our Savior Jesus! and that's more important! I respect all that vote based on their convictions, after all it is best to vote for something than simply not vote. It does sadden me to think that some who do not agree with Obama take a morally "superior" attitude to those who just choose to vote for their convictions (e.g. lessening the burden on the working poor, more equality in schools, and health care for every individual)...I mean wasn't Jesus' principles also involving caring for the poor and the "sinners" and those who are forgotten about in society? The reality is that Jesus' morals and life/death lessons are represented in BOTH political parties NOT just one. He died for ALL people so shouldn't our morals reflect the good of all and not just a "few"? Sorry for the longgg comment...just venting (that last comment posted about Obama being Muslim hurt my heart).

God Bless you and thanks for voting...regradless if we're on different sides of the "isle" ;) haha

Anonymous said...

I'm also delurking.

First, I really enjoy the way you write. I always look forward to new posts here on 4under3. Your writing style shows a lot of humor and emotion. And your children are so cute.

I also appreciate your honesty in this area of politics. Here in a society that seems to be hoping for an easy way out, I too and voting morals over pocketbook.

Thanks for being transparent about this. I'm hoping more people will follow.

Gwen from Dublin

Anonymous said...

I heard that if Obama does not turn in his birth certificate, 13 states are thinking about taking him off their ballot!!!!

Hope it happens!

Angela said...

I feel exactly as you do. My heart is breaking. I have done extensive research into where Obama stands and it's appalling and shocking how extreme his pro-abortion stance is. I think if people were more aware of his extreme pro-abortion stance they would, perhaps, reconsider. I have been begging God for a miracle and a turn-around. But, even if that does happen, at least I know I voted my conscience and that I voted for LIFE.

Anonymous said...

I'm what you would call part of the "working poor" as stated above and I would NEVER even think about voting for Obama! God help those who think the unborn aren't the most important!!!

Lori said...

ahhh...have you seen my cat?

that book is well hidden on the bookshelf. And when we do read it, we make a game out of it...he will ask me to read it really faast, or in a southern accent, etc. makes it bearable and sort of funny!

Mandi said...

Amen, Tiff. Amen.

Sara Joy said...

Hi Tiff, I just got here through MckMama. :)
I just had to comment that my heart was so heavy this morning - I feel that we have ushered in a new era of death and ignorance in the US and in my state (MI) which approved unregulated embryonic stem cell research. I cried when I got up today.
But my faith is in God, not men, and he is my sole source of hope and joy.
Thanks for being another believer on the front lines - we will need to continue to speak for those who have no voice.
Sara Joy