Monday, June 28, 2010

Arrested in America for being Christians

I've had enough, have you? There is sharia being practiced in this country, and the police are playing their part in it. Who else can arrest people? It will be a cold day in hell before I give up my God-given rights, and I will NEVER surrender to islam!


The link to this video is here.

May you walk with the LORD always, and when you cannot take another step, may He carry you the rest of the way until you can walk along side Him again. Digg! Digg!

4 comments:

  1. I urge you to spend time more time becoming grounded in reality.

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  2. I am in reality. I live in California. I've been exposed to Mahabism. (sp?) I have visited the Costa Mesa Mosque upon request from one of my friends. When I would not change, we were no longer friends. Not my decision.

    Do you mean I should be more grounded in Christianity? I was a Missionary, but everyone can work harder at becoming more grounded. Thank you for your comment. Have a blessed day by Jesus Christ our LORD.

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  3. Came across your blog quite by accident. I see you have done a great deal of work on your blog and it looks great. I too, am a conservative and like to think a good Christian. I had read about this incident in Dearborn and seen the video---its really quite unbelievable that this is happening in America. One would expect this in Saudi Arabia or elsewhere in the Middle East, but not here in our country.

    I've added you to my blog links at TOTUS and would hope you see fit to add me to your blogroll after viewing my site.

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  4. I believe I've answered your email, but just in case...I added your site on my Blogroll. Thank you for kind words, but this is awful what is happening and no one seems to care. That is, except for Christians, Jews, and Tea Partiers. Oh, that's right, we can still differentiate good from evil and right and wrong. Aha.

    Have a very blessed Independence Day! ;)

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