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:: Sunday, October 05, 2008 ::

"Our personal responsibility is gone."

Abortion is the biggest, most obscene illustration of the Democratic Party's influence on our nation. We didn't need a national economic crisis to ram their point home:

"I want it all for nothing with no responsibility no matter what."

But the road to that sort of "freedom" is paved with poverty and the bodies of our children.

Please, America, this is not what this great nation of ours was founded on. This is not the "liberty" that our forefathers fought and died for. We must embrace the idea of responsibility and comprehend that the beauty of character is developed through suffering for what is good and pure and right.

Common sense dictates that we must not secure loans that we have no way of affording, and we must not accept the killing of our children as a solution to financial, social or health woes. These may be difficult principles but they are ethical and worth it, and without them there can never be freedom and justice for all.

McCain isn't perfect, but the prospect of Obama is terrifying. Think "supreme court justices," people. This election, demand the maturity and character that personal responsibility builds.

:: ashli 7:57 AM # ::

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