Monday, November 5, 2012

One Word Reason to Vote for Romney

In lieu of a "Music Mondays" post, I wanted to make sure I posted about the upcoming election.

Here is a one-word reason to vote for Romney tomorrow:


For the lives of the children being killed every day...
For the restoration of the American right to "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness"...
For the sake of the life and culture of the country...
For the lives of the many jobless Americans...
For the life of the Catholic Church within America...

And for a return to the glorious life this country used to know, when it celebrated its identity as "One Nation, Under God," when all religions were treated (almost) equally, when we weren't afraid to defend our country, when we were proud of what the country stood for, when we didn't have a President who apologized for (what used to be) the greatest nation on Earth, when the price of college and gas wasn't so high, when the debt wasn't so large, when polite behavior was taught and adolescents were taught how to be upstanding men and women, when Lee Greenwood was able to sing the words "'Cause I'm proud to be an American, where at least I know I'm free," and when we could breathe easy, knowing we were in good hands.

Will Romney-Ryan restore the old glory of America, and put an end to all the evils that have become a part of our tainted culture?  No, but he will work to provide America with a better future, placing America in God's hands and bringing back a hope long gone.

Please, vote pro-life, vote pro-God, vote Catholic.

Dear God, have mercy on this country if we put that man in office again!


  1. Well said! "Vote Catholic"...if all Catholics did this then this would be a different country.

    Sean Hannity said today: "We will get the President we deserve." Let's just hope we're worthy of Romney.

    Great blog. by the way!

    1. Thank you!

      Very true, it was incredibly depressing to see how many Catholics voted for Obama last election. Hopefully, in light of the Fortnight for Freedom and the HHS Mandate, more Catholics will be on guard and awake enough to vote for the right man this time around.

      Amen. Let's also hope that, even if we're not worthy of Romney, our voting reflects a hope to become worthy again.

      Thanks again, and God bless!

  2. May God bless America. Obama has deceived so many Catholics - it makes me wonder if we really are living in Apocalyptic times. Michael O'Brien's book 'Fr. Elijah' is coming to fulfillment in ways unthought by many people.

  3. Thank you, as well, Ioannes, for always standing up for the truth! I sincerely hope you are doing well...

    Caladwen, you echo my thoughts. Oftentimes current events remind me of O'Brien's books, in a very startling and unsettling way. Let's pray that we don't live to see it end in a similar way...

    God bless both of you, and God bless America!


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