“Your mind is your only judge of truth–and if others dissent from your verdict, reality is the court of final appeal.”
— John Galt
Atlas Shrugged (Part 3, Chapter 7, Page 1,017)
No doubt many of my patriot friends have a heavy heart today. I do. I struggle with my thoughts and disgust and confusion. It's natural. Our pick for President didn't win. We lost a few seats in the US Senate. We gained in the US House. And we are afraid for our nation. I have a heavy heart because my one of my worst fears is coming true: Judgment on our Nation. Don't discount this. Just be prepared.
I don't think for a moment we'll see a budget proposed on the national front. Or that race issues will finally be behind us. Or that Obamacare will do anything other than destroy jobs. But that's me. I can't predict the future. I just see history. And it has repeated itself. So for now, we are still stuck on the train. Gridlock will be a blessing in disguise. Harry Reid will be a nightmare. Thank you Nevada!
But...but...NC made me proud. We pushed back known bullies (locally - you know who I am talking about), discriminatory tactics (Salmon), ridiculous ideology (BevPart2 Dalton and company), campaigns against citizens (Hewett), etc.
Fiscally responsible candidates won: Kirk Smith, Pat McCrory, Ron Rabin, Mike Stone, Lt. Dan...
Liberalism lost in our state. Conservatism won.
I said all along it's a spiritual battle. This battle is lost. But the war is not. Time to rework our strategy. Turn to God. Let him heal our broken hearts.
I posted this on Facebook this morning. I mean every word of it: