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Tag: Jesus Christ
I really couldn't let the day go by without acknowledging something I found from a few years ago right here at rightmichigan.com
He is risen!
Thanks to Nick for putting something out there to fall back on.
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The perfect man who died for our imperfections has his birth celebrated today.
Amidst the gifts that we pass among ourselves, nothing can compare to the ultimate endowment given to us with the birth of Jesus Christ. Nothing can compare to the gift God bestowed upon those of us who are less than perfect.
John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.
No one on this day, can say he or she is without charity, or at the very least a significant dowry unless they would turn it down.
A Merry Christmas to our readers, our family.
May this be a joyous and fruitful time for you and your families.
Much is being made over the apparent switch from for to against, with regard to abortion. Pundits either neutral, or against the candidacy of Herman Cain are picking away at whatever mistakes they can find. Be it the 9-9-9 plan or this particular issue of the day being his apparent wavering on the abortion debate. A Traverse City, MI friend writes:
"I haven't been following Cain as well as some of you so I'm forwarding this to get your take on the article and the comments about his true position on those issues. If might be good if one of you that have been strong supporters from the get go would maybe comment on this ...
I support Cain now as much as I have since early on. I don't think apparent waffling has anything to do with trying to be on the popular side of the issue either. It was the non politically correct attitude which drew me to the Herman Cain Camp in the first place. It was the ability to face down what is WRONG with the system, with little regard on how many people might not like their cheese moved that elevated my respect for the man.
So I responded (below)
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By JGillman, Section News
~ Cross posted from MTTM ~
It seems every time the good ol US of A comes up with a really great idea, it's value is seen by some as something to capitalize on, so that added regulatory measures and profit siphoning processes are added by government, tools of government, or users of government. And certainly, when we do something in this country, it is decidedly big enough that it has its process duplicated by those who think they can compete with us, and because of the siphoning, it usually isn't too hard.
As many know, I make my living wholesaling CCTV products that come from a variety of countries, but only a few from the US. I have a decent business relationship with overseas based firms that 30 years ago could not have been possible. I respect the ability to import, and I support the competitive nature even in the face of purposefully devalued foreign currency and living conditions. The opportunity for people to compete in some manner sometimes requires this, and what happened during our own industrial revolution now gives hope to even the poorest in nations that seemingly would not have ever had such happenings.
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