Can America be saved, if it doesn’t want to be saved?
Terry Morris writes:
I’d lay good money down on Obama’s re-election short of divine intervention, which I don’t expect at all. Why would God intervene to save America when America does not want to be saved?
But how many Americans who want to be saved would it take? Abraham managed to negotiate God down to ten good men in Sodom, but stopped. I think there was only one good man there, and God rescued him. Peter writes about this (2 Peter 2:4-9):Dave T. writes:
Sadly, I came to the same conclusion a couple months ago. Romney would have to win the general by at least a couple points in order to overcome the other party’s thuggish and/or illegal tactics, and I just don’t see that happening right now. Heck, Obama could probably spend the rest of days sipping ice tea while the media replays his campaign footage from 2008 and still win re-election. I really believe that.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at August 23, 2012 11:46 AM | Send