Thursday, November 04, 2010

Rolling Up Our Sleeves

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Two important races are still too close to call---Rossi for Senate and Koster for the 2nd District Congress. We will keep you posted.

We have seen candidates do it. We have been told elected officials are going to do it, but what exactly does that mean?

I think it means "we're going to do something important."

With a massive shift in the House of Representatives and loses in the Senate, President Obama said he took a "shellacking," saying, "it feels sad."

The President, however,
refused to say the election was a refusal of his policies. Rather, he suspects, the "voters are not satisfied with the outcomes."

While stressing that he wants to find "common ground" with incoming House Speaker John Boehner, Boehner and the Republicans
are vowing to "roll back the Obama agenda."

President Obama says, "The overwhelming message that I hear from the voters is that they want everybody to act responsibly in Washington, we want you to work harder to arrive at consensus."

This, of course from a President who has created more national debt in less than 2 years than all presidents combined since President George Washington---without consensus or bipartisanship.
Senate Leader Mitch McConnell said, "We're determined to stop the agenda Americans have rejected and turn the ship around."

It seems everyone is rolling up their sleeves.

The most important sleeve, however, is yours.

It is absolutely essential that everyone who voted to "turn the ship around" remain vigilant in watching the captains we have chosen.

Sometimes people go to change Washington and Washington changes them. We cannot allow that to happen.

Your vote was not the final act. It was the first step toward restoring a broken government.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active.

Gary Randall
Faith and Freedom

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