Bundy: Obama's Jump-the-Shark

Lloyd Marcus
In the movie Ben-Hur, Charlton Heston was wrongly accused by government and sentenced to life in prison/slavery.  Soldiers marched chained Heston along with other prisoners through the desert without food or water.  Heston collapsed, unable to take another step.

Jesus was passing by with a small caravan.  He walked over and gave Heston a drink of water, which gave Heston the strength to continue.  Note: Heston's unfair ordeal was not over.  He would endure much before his release and ultimate victory at the end of the movie.

I view the Obama administration’s BLM retreat from bullying rancher Cliven Bundy and the patriots who supported him as God giving the Tea Party movement a cool, refreshing drink of water.  Rancher Bundy's battle and our battle to restore freedom and liberty in America are far from over.  However, the BLM retreat was God's way of telling us to keep on fighting.  The Obama regime is not all-powerful.  They can be beaten when we the people say, “Heck no!”

When the embrace-our-consensus-or-die bunch tried to destroy Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson, we the people rallied around Phil and said, “Heck no!”

Who could have imagined that a humble rancher taking a stand against tyranny would inspire millions to said, “Heck no!” across America?

This is why I ignore the gloom-and-doomers who say all is lost, why continue fighting, Obama has all the power and the MSM, yada, yada, yada.

Evil is masterful at appearing all-powerful.  Cultural rot is all over the airwaves.  Obama rules as king with very little push-back from the GOP.  The MSM has suspended all pretense of being fair and balanced.  They are a wing of the Democratic Party, committed to helping Obama fundamentally transform America.

But under the radar, patriots are stealthily working and fighting to restore our great nation.

Out of the blue, a rancher takes a stand.  Obama's BLM attack on Cliven Bundy just may be the regime's jump-the-shark moment, causing millions to rise up and say enough is enough.  I pray I am correct.

In the movie Ben-Hur, Charlton Heston was wrongly accused by government and sentenced to life in prison/slavery.  Soldiers marched chained Heston along with other prisoners through the desert without food or water.  Heston collapsed, unable to take another step.

Jesus was passing by with a small caravan.  He walked over and gave Heston a drink of water, which gave Heston the strength to continue.  Note: Heston's unfair ordeal was not over.  He would endure much before his release and ultimate victory at the end of the movie.

I view the Obama administration’s BLM retreat from bullying rancher Cliven Bundy and the patriots who supported him as God giving the Tea Party movement a cool, refreshing drink of water.  Rancher Bundy's battle and our battle to restore freedom and liberty in America are far from over.  However, the BLM retreat was God's way of telling us to keep on fighting.  The Obama regime is not all-powerful.  They can be beaten when we the people say, “Heck no!”

When the embrace-our-consensus-or-die bunch tried to destroy Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson, we the people rallied around Phil and said, “Heck no!”

Who could have imagined that a humble rancher taking a stand against tyranny would inspire millions to said, “Heck no!” across America?

This is why I ignore the gloom-and-doomers who say all is lost, why continue fighting, Obama has all the power and the MSM, yada, yada, yada.

Evil is masterful at appearing all-powerful.  Cultural rot is all over the airwaves.  Obama rules as king with very little push-back from the GOP.  The MSM has suspended all pretense of being fair and balanced.  They are a wing of the Democratic Party, committed to helping Obama fundamentally transform America.

But under the radar, patriots are stealthily working and fighting to restore our great nation.

Out of the blue, a rancher takes a stand.  Obama's BLM attack on Cliven Bundy just may be the regime's jump-the-shark moment, causing millions to rise up and say enough is enough.  I pray I am correct.