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Many are still digesting the events, the voter fraud claims, and the general disgust leftover from the most surprising election of our time. Surprising, not necessarily in a good sense! My frustrations lie primarily in the lack of ACTION in light of the questionable results nationwide! So what? So what 7 registered voters produce 900 votes? So what the military vote in various states was reportedly suppressed. So what?

This is a theme in America right now. So what? Israel is under attack while the “enemies” of America blame Israel as the aggressor. So what? The majority of Americans support Israel, so what? Then there’s the whole “Peyton Place” scenario unfurling from BENGHAZI, but … so what? So what? Either the President is the President or he isn’t? So what? What boss or CEO would be so detached from an operation of his “company” as to have no clue of lives lost … months later? REALLY? Oh … so what? Still waiting the results of the “investigation of the copter that was mysteriously shot down carrying members of the SEAL TEAM 6 last year … SO WHAT?

SO WHAT! We go about our daily jobs (if we still have one), tend our family, our sight growing more and more myopic, more closed to the world around us. So What? We’ve grown NUMB, America! NUMB! Case in point:

After The Election

By Lloyd Phillips

December 7, 1941, the day Pearl Harbor was attacked, is famously called a day of infamy. September 11, 2001, likewise has gone down in history as another day of infamy for America. For me November 6, 2012, is yet another day that will go down as a day of infamy for America. It was a bellwether day and, I believe, things after this day will be markedly different than those which preceded.

A short time ago I was so tired of the incessant political campaigning, and all that goes with it that, that I was looking forward to Election Day just to see it end. Now, if I could, I would extend the campaigning as long as it might take to have a different outcome. Pat Caddell, a Democratic pollster and former advisor to President Jimmy Carter, said that in the days leading up to the election it was “within the margin of corruption.”(1) The press is not making news out of the many serious problems with voting in many areas which assisted the president in achieving his end total of electoral votes.

Bus loads of Somalis were brought into polling places in Ohio and the participants were handed templates to help them vote the Democratic ticket since they spoke no English. Voting machines in states such as Nevada repeatedly brought up 0bama when the screen was touched for Romney – numerous complaints were filed. Obama did not win one single state that fully requires photo IDs in order to vote. He lost in several states that do not traditionally vote Republican but do require photo identification. In Pennsylvania a law requiring photo ID to vote was passed but was challenged in court by the Obama campaign and put on hold by a judge until after this election. In some places where photo ID is not required voter registration topped more than 100% of the county populations and up to 92% percent voter turnout when 48% is average. ACORN was famously uncovered for its voter fraud and it disbanded. But there were many who warned that ACORN did not disband, it just went underground. An evil version of John 12:24.

Anyone who watched the now infamous voting at the Democratic convention over whether to put the mention of “God” back into the Democratic platform recognizes how little the actual vote matters to the Democratic party. What is particularly concerning is how this is liable to affect our nation as we go forward, and how little this is being reported in the press.

The press is given particular discretion, protection, and authority in America through our constitution as our founders felt no government could be trusted for long unless there was a watchdog over the sheep, so to speak. Now we have the wolves among the sheep and the watchdogs in the press are not sounding the alarm, if they are indeed watching at all anymore. They seem to feel their job is to assist the wolves and keep the sheep as deceived as possible. Benjamin Franklin famously expressed his view when he wrote, “Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Freedom is a well-armed lamb contesting that vote.”

When the 2008 presidential election was settled there were those who warned we were going to see “Chicago politics and San Francisco values” becoming national. This has proven to be the case, and the disturbing thing about the 2012 election is the biblical principle that when a thing is repeated twice it becomes established (Gen 41:32). The evil released on our nation since the 2008 election now has been established. Look how damaging Chicago politics have been to the people of Chicago! Yet how many generations have they remained the norm there without anyone being able to alter them?

After the 2000 election and the Florida vote counting, billionaire Socialist George Soros began funding liberal politicians to get them into the office of Secretary of State because they oversee the electoral process necessary to the proper functioning of a republic. His plans have had great success in electing liberals and socialists to the office of Secretary of State in many states to oversee the electoral process. We are witnessing a revolution and few seem to be aware or able to report the extent of the effects. While celebrating President 0bama’s electoral victory in front of the White House election night they were heard chanting over and over “Karl Marx” and “socialism.” It’s notable that Joseph Stalin said, “It’s not who votes that counts, it’s who counts the votes.”

My how things have changed. I thought that, in a sense, we crossed the Rubicon after Tuesday’s election. The idiom “Cross the Rubicon” means passing a point of no return, a reference to Julius Caesar crossing of the river in 49 BC and refusing to step down as commander as was required by law. It marked the beginning of the end for the Roman republic. When he crossed the river and refused to give up his commission he spoke the words “alea iacta est” – the die is cast. It is interesting that when elected to the Continental Congress John Adams, the Father of American Independence wrote, “The die is now cast; I have passed the Rubicon. Sink or swim, live or die, survive or perish with my country is my unalterable determination.” I am grateful for the wisdom and determination of a small remnant of men such as him. I pray God will raise up such wisdom and determination once again in our hour of need.