N.W.BOYER…Christian Author… Looking for the Coming of Christ

You’ve got to be kidding! Choosing our Destiny

Everyone agrees…the new low in electing a president of the United States is upon us in 2016.  What would George Washington or Abraham Lincoln think?  Thank God they are not around to see the decline of their office, The Presidency.  Many men have run for the office of the President of the United States. Some succeeded and others failed.  None…NONE…sunk so low in their speeches and their personal presentation to the American people as what we have seen in debates and rallies around the country.  Ronald Reagan gave a speech for Barry Goldwater in 1964. Goldwater did not win. However, the speech given by Ronald Reagan may be a genuine trophy compared to what we are exposed to by  politicians seeking this highest of all offices.

All anyone can say, after a dose of ridiculousness and insult to our  intelligence is  “You have got to be kidding!”   People I know have turned off the T.V. and refuse to listen.  We have put on more music and less gab. One person’s analysis of the latest debates was “I feel sick.”   When the political  writers can only talk about a speck on a candidate’s lip or the candidates can sink to speaking of the anatomy, it is time to turn to a true era of what choosing a candidate for President is all about.  Take the time to listen to the video below.  It is worth it.

VIDEO   (turn on sound)

2 responses

  1. Thanks for your comment, Stephen. We will see if the American people can rise above what is happening and use their intellect to choose the person who can best lead us through the troubles of our present day. The free world, along with the U.S., needs someone with good sense because we are facing difficult times together.


    March 6, 2016 at 05:52

  2. How nice it is to hear an eloquent political speech, with no arguments or soundbites but one given over a lengthy period and so allowing a proper argument to be made (regardless of whether one agrees with it or not).

    This coming from Ronald Reagan who was lampooned when he became President for not giving enough gravitas to the position compared to his predecessors.

    How low things must have gone when now he towers over the current generation.


    March 5, 2016 at 23:52