Needed: a political home for God-acknowledgers

Alan KeyesRenew America

"Therefore go out from their midst, and be separate from them, says the Lord." (Corinthians 6:17)

On Wednesday morning, I registered my reaction to the outcome of the election.

Mitt Romney has obligingly illustrated the reason for his loss with the statement he made during his concession statement: "We can't risk partisan bickering and political posturing. Our leaders have to reach across the aisle to do the people's work." Given the spirit of supine capitulation that characterized the GOP's record in Congress after the election of 2010, the question is "What partisan bickering is that?"

Romney dutifully played his role in the phony election melodrama orchestrated by the elitist faction that manipulates both the Democratic and Republican parties. In his statement, he simply continued to read from their script. Many of the folks who voted for him thought that he represented their view that Obama takes this country toward the doom of its strength and liberty. To them, he seems now to say, "The election sham is over. Get with the program. Haven't you heard? We're all socialists now."

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