In the quest to answer the question, "Who would Jesus vote for?", that question has also come up. I think of stuff like September 11, and about Katrina and the response there. I think of how much more difficult our life is now than it was four years ago. Don't think I'm blaming our life situation on … Continue reading What kind of America do I want to live in?
http://www.cnn.com/2007/POLITICS/12/10/huckabee.aids/index.html So, I guess this means he'll probably lose his many homosexual supporters (rolleyes) ...And, once again, he doesn't back down. Go Huck!!! During his Senate run, Huckabee also told the AP in the questionnaire that he found homosexuality to be "an aberrant, unnatural and sinful lifestyle." Speaking Monday in Miami, Florida, Huckabee said he … Continue reading And, again… they have to go back to ’92. Give up, already!
You know it's gotta be true --the press (a.k.a "The Liberal Media") is already in full-on attack mode trying to trip him up. Sounds like they're smelling a threat to me (grin)! ...How ironic is it that they have to dig all the way back to 2002 to find any dirt? http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071207/ap_on_el_pr/huckabee http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/politics/2007/12/05/huckabee.interview.cnn?iref=videosearch Good grief. … Continue reading Ladies and Gentlemen, May I Present …a Viable Presidential Candidate!
This is the August 2007 figures from the USDA on how much food for a family costs, on average. According to this, we should be spending ...are you ready for this???? $751.10 (!) a month for our family of five. On an extravagant month (like back last summer when I experimented with buying more organic … Continue reading I don’t know whether to laugh or cry…
We stopped by the library this morning and I picked up two books by Peter Menzel --"Material World," which (I've not read it yet, only scanned it enough to get the idea) compares the worldly possessions of various people around the world. The second, which I'm almost half finished with is "Hungry Planet," which is … Continue reading Thoughts on Stuff and Food and …other stuff
I heard it said once that when you're young, you tend to be more liberal, and as you get older, you grow more conservative in your views. I'm finding that to be the opposite, personally. Well, I suppose by most people's definition, I'm still young (born in 1973, you do the math ...and I haven't … Continue reading In Plenty and In Want… or, Choices Have Consequences (hi, dad!)
Our state has a vote tomorrow on defining marriage as between a man and a woman (as opposed to same sex), and I am having a really hard time getting excited about voting for it. I'm kind of surprised at myself. For two weeks now, there's been an insert in my church bulletin telling me … Continue reading Grassroots Christianity