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Your Views: Perhaps Obama's excesses will drive people back to faith
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I am writing to express my opinion regarding those people who continue to criticize President Barack Obama and his leadership.

What is wrong with you people? Don't you realize that history will show President Obama and his Democratic Party to be one of the best things that has ever happened to this nation since its inception?

What in the world has possessed me to make such a statement? I am firmly convinced that President Obama will be re-elected for a second term. I am also convinced that some time during the latter part of his second term, a major change will occur.

What is this change? At the present a large percentage of the U.S. population is sitting on its derrieres watching television with outstretched hands toward the District of Columbia to supply their needs.

I postulate that in that day (a Biblical expression), many of the mega- and traditional church buildings, along with the pseudo-storefront church locations, will be filled to capacity with people positioned on their knees with uplifted hands toward heaven begging God to rescue them and supply their material need.

Is the only thing we have to fear change? Not necessarily.

William P. Clark
Flowery Branch

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