Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Buyer's Remorse

Buyer's Remorse. I'm sure we've all experienced that at one time or another in our lives. Sometimes we can rectify by taking back a frivolous purchase, especially if you shop at Nordstrom, or sometimes you are stuck with the item. Although, tomorrow morning I will wake up sad and will continue to do so for at least the next 4 years, I can hold my head high because I voted for the right man to run America, John McCain. Don't get me wrong, every American will be trying to get by this next term as well as can be expected, but those of you that voted along with Oprah, Ellen & the other celebutards will hopefully be aware of the wilting away of this fine country considering we just handed it over to a socialist on a silver platter. Everyone keeps reminding me that no matter what, God is in control. I know that in my heart, but sometimes I feel terrified in my flesh. I guess I'm just not quite sure how to brace myself for being taxed up the rear, the terrorist attacks on our soil that are sure to come, the further decay of the Christian Foundations, the continuous attack on traditional marriage & family, etc. My flesh just wants to scream "What the heck are you people thinking?!?" Obama is definitely right on about one thing: Change is coming. It's not going to be change that is good for this country. It's going to be change that puts America on the express lane to chaos and disorder. I'm proud of the way I voted and always have been. I wouldn't return my vote for all the store credit that Neiman Marcus could offer, but I truly believe that down the line, many of you that bought the non-refundable one-way-to-the-crapper Obama ticket wish you could return that for at least a measly K-Mart rain check. Yep. Buyer's remorse can be such an unfortunate predicament. I hope I'm wrong, but I HIGHLY doubt it. Then again, maybe the Lord will have mercy on the Christians and get them out of here before it all caves in. Ah, heaven. {swoon} Truly, I can't wait to get there. If everyone would just choose the Jesus ticket, which has already been bought, then we would never know of this "buyer remorse".


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