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By Karl Priest November 7, 2012 (updated 6-19-17)

The reelection of Obama (really Demoncrat wolf) will continue the rapid descent toward doom for America. We will see that God is real and He is consistent. An old time preacher once said, “If God does not judge America, he should resurrect Sodom and Gomorrah and apologize!” God says, “ Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” (Isaiah 5:20 KJB)

But, had Romney been elected the descent would have continued at a slower speed.

The election of Romney (really Republicrite wolf) would have removed the rabid Demoncrat wolf from the sheepfold, but allowed a ravenous wolf in sheep’s cloths to enter. The wolf we have is an obvious danger and we know how he will attack the sheep. Romney is sly and would have fooled a lot of sheep. The fold (America) would have still been destroyed—only slower.

The rabid wolf still roams with his vicious pack within the fold, but the ravenous wolf in sheep’s cloths and his deceptive pack will continue to search for a way in.

There is not much hope for sheep who have remained registered Demoncrats. They either lack logic or they are willing accessories to the evil of that political party.

Before all the sheep are devoured we must deal with the Republicrite wolves. Then, defending against the Demoncrat wolves will be much easier. Since 2008 I have pleaded ( with Christians and conservatives to face the danger of the Republicrite Party.

Republicrites have crashed the Tea Party. Too many conservative leaders (especially talk radio hosts) are useful idiots for the Republicrite Party. They fuss and fret over the condition of America (such as the fact that there were enough foolish voters to elect Obama), but they do not comprehend the causes of the calamity that is upon our country. Those conservative leaders may not wake up until the sheep have been decimated.

It is time to quit doing the same old thing which will only produce the same old results—a slide into the pit of anarchy and licentiousness. Alan Keyes clearly described why we had to choose between two evil choices in the 2012 election. "You take the position that Obama is so evil you're just forced to vote for someone whom you assert is just a little less evil. With this reasoning you make evil the standard for office in America, guaranteeing that we will never again see good represented in office. In fact, it guarantees that we will get progressively greater evils (since by offering more and more extreme evil, the bad guys can guarantee that you and those like you will support more and more extreme, though supposedly somewhat ‘lesser,’ evils). Don't you realize that this is the repeated tragic error that produced Obama in the first place, and will produce others still worse than Obama?" (

The main argument for voting for Romney was that he was not as evil as Obama. Along with that was a plan to “work on” Romney after his election. Conservatives need to do more than just “work” on the next fake conservative promoted by the Republicrite Party.

The righteous alternative is simple but radical. It involves three actions. 1. Abandon the Republicrite Party. All Christians and conservatives should change their registration to either Independent or America’s Party ( 2. All Christians and conservatives should abandon the government schools. It is foolish to continue to send our lambs to the wolves! 3. All Christians should proclaim the Gospel ( Jesus clearly told us to “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” (Mark 16:15b KJB) In II Timothy 4:2 we are instructed to “Preach the word; be instant (stand) in season (when it is convenient), out of season (when it is not convenient); reprove (refute), rebuke (admonish), exhort (instruct) with all long suffering (patience) and doctrine (biblical teaching).”

Number 1 will eliminate the illusion that the Republicrite Party has biblical values. Number 2 will remove our children from the pagan indoctrination centers that will ultimately produce enough brain-washed citizens to make it impossible to stop the spiritual (ultimately literal) slaughter of the sheep. Number 3 is the most important and must be done no matter the success of numbers 1 and 2. Bona fide conservatives do not go to heaven. Born again Christians do. Getting conservative compatriots pales in comparison to getting souls saved.

Romney would not have saved America.

Politics is corrupt because pulpits are compromised! Christian men (not just preachers) must not delay standing up as shepherds for the flock.

God makes it clear it will not be easy. 1. “Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.” (Matthew 7:15 KJB) 2. “For I know this, that after my departing shall grievous wolves enter in among you, not sparing the flock.” (Acts 20:29 KJB) 3. “Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.” (Matthew 10:16 KJB)

As Jesus said in John 10:13b (KJB) the hirelings will flee “because he is an hireling, and careth not for the sheep.” Real shepherds are “ensamples to the flock. And when the chief Shepherd shall appear, (they) shall receive a crown of glory that fadeth not away.” (I Peter 5:3b-4 KJB)

We cannot know the exact time when Christ will return, but we have ample evidence it will be soon ( When Christ appears will he find shepherds or wolves in control of the fold (America)?

*On 11-7 I tried to listen to key radio personalities and determine their take on the election and their plans for the future.

Beck gave a history of Mormonism and said how proud he was that a Mormon had been able to run for president. His future plans were couched in terms that can easily fool people into thinking that he believes in a Christian God.
Boortz plainly told Christians to butt out of politics. Boortz has all of the characteristics of an atheist. Thank God he is retiring soon.
Limbaugh blamed the loss on not being able to defeat “Santa Claus.” He was referring to Obama’s image of the great hand-out man.
Hannity thinks the solution is to tweak the message. He is a registered Conservative, but may as well be a Republican.
Savage blamed Romney and his managers for mismanagement of the campaign.
said that not enough conservatives voted.

Throughout all of their comments is the thread that there are not enough citizens who can think from themselves. Not one declared that conservatives must stop providing their children for intense training by their enemies.

Conservative talk show hosts are shills for the Republicrites. If you find one who isn’t, please let me know with proof.


Additional notes showing why the Republicrite Party is worthy of rejection (in no particular order).

1. The Republican establishment in Washington is pouring enormous amounts of money -- over a million dollars -- into Massachusetts to elect an aggressive, anti-family homosexual activist to Congress.


2. Romney abandoned true pro-life candidate Todd Akin without regard to allowing Demoncrats to control the Senate.


3. The turning point for me in terms of giving up on the GOP was when somebody informed me that the makeup of the Rehnquist Court that ran roughshod over the Constitution, giving the far left victory after 5-4 victory, (Kelo, McCain-Feingold, ad infinitum) was 7 Republican appointees and 2 Democrat appointees.

The GOP once again nominated for president the most liberal candidate in the field, and John Roberts, another Republican appointee, drove a dagger into the heart of America's freedom, prosperity, and obedience to God, with the mother of all outrageous SCOTUS decisions, on "ObamaCare."

Mitt Romney named Democrats to 75% of his judicial posts when governor of Massachusetts. Romney, based on record, not rhetoric, although we have plenty to go on vis a vis the latter, is not appreciably better than Obama on virtually none of the life-or-death issues that confront us such as (not all) internationalism, sodomilitary, sodomarriage, abortion, socialized medicine, big government, crimmigramnesty, and gun grabbing.

It's bad that "Christians" fear Obama more than God and support Romney.

Source: Charles Lewis (Save America Summit)

4. Although referring to the Demoncrat Party, Bishop E.W.Jackson made a strong case for also leaving the Republicrite Party at


5. Before the election American Right to Life ( provided ample documentation that Romney should not be supported. The site is archived at One statement summarizes the page: “If you fear Obama, you'll vote for Romney. If you fear God, you won't.”

6. Keyes has the key: “Since the end of the Reagan era, conservatives, and in particular those who give priority to respecting the nation’s moral premises, have time and again agreed to compromise what they knew to be the greater good; or what they knew to be (the supposedly “lesser”) evil. For a while the bad consequences of this compromising spirit were held in abeyance. We benefitted from the momentum built up by generations of Americans who openly acknowledged humanity’s dependence on God for our understanding of justice, law and government. But in 2008, bad came to worse, and now in 2012 worse has come to worst, and we seem likely to reap the whirlwind sowed by too many years of neglecting the standard of God’s perfection.” (Alan Keyes)


7. Christians must understand the enemy. “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” (Ephesians 6:12 KJB) Verses 13-18 tell us how to prepare for the battle.

8. Alan Keyes said in August 4, 2011: (emphasis added)

The mouthpieces and media hacks of the elitist faction have us staring at the ceiling so we won't notice that from its very foundations, the house is being torn down. In its place a new structure is already being erected, one with no room in it for the sovereign people of the United States.

What is to be done? The elitists by hook and crook maneuvered a willing usher of dictatorship into the White House. In 2012 the people have the opportunity to replace the chosen tool of elite tyranny with someone whom they raise up to be a tribune of the people, wholeheartedly dedicated to using the presidency to rebuild and preserve their constitutional authority. But, as the debt-ceiling farce makes plain, the so-called major political parties are intrinsically bound together to pursue the goals and purposes of the elitist faction.

I know that some people still hope against hope that the Republican Party can be a venue for the emergence of a true champion of the constitutional sovereignty of the American people. But every day new events make it clear that the GOP will not be reformed until and unless the fellow travelers of the elitist faction who now dominate it have been defeated, unequivocally, in a manner that cannot be mistaken or denied.

In that regard, it may be helpful to recall that the people responsible for the original Tea Party in Boston were not only or even mainly concerned with the money the tea tax was to purloin from their purses. They rejected the tyrannical mode of government by which the tax was imposed. They threw the tea (a very popular drink in Boston at the time) into the Harbor to make it clear that they would rather give up the pleasures and conveniences of life than accept a mode of government that deprived them of their right of self-government.

We suffer now from a way of doing politics that is destroying the institutions of constitutional self-government those original patriots successfully established. To begin with, they were willing to give up a sociable habit that was being exploited in order to undermine their God-endowed right to govern themselves. Ultimately, they risked their property, their lives, their all to sustain their just claim to self-government.

Thanks to the success of their sacrifice, we still have an opportunity to restore the legacy of liberty they began; but only if we face the truth: We must kick our addiction to the twin-party sham; prove that we have the discipline, clarity and courage to go cold turkey. And do it in a fashion so grand and unmistakable that we will finally convince ourselves.

9. In February 2013 I found a 2011 article by the author of We Won’t Get Fooled Again: Where the Christian Right Went Wrong and How to Make America Right Again. Here are some excerpts.

For the past three years I have worked on a book project dealing with the 30-year failure of the Religious Right to win on a single policy issue despite all of the elections its won, the money its raised, and the headlines its generated...After concluding this project I learned several reasons why a generation of Christian political engagement tragically failed to accomplish any of its goals, but one conclusion stands above the rest. We put a corrupted process ahead of faithfulness...

That pagan paradigm gave way to some stinking-thinking. We debated who could win instead of who should win. We supported candidates with positions, and not candidates with convictions. Because of this we have been fooled time and time again by well-funded sellouts and weak-kneed opportunists. As a result, we have not only sadly misspent at least some of our Christian integrity in the political arena in full view of the American people, but have also needlessly wasted valuable time pursuing a Faustian bargain for a seat at a very wobbly table.

In concert with the Republican Party establishment repeatedly turning its back on its own base and its own platform, we have at least been unintentional accomplices to the cannibalizing of our own efforts to preserve our freedoms and liberties for future generations. Which is why in the end we always seem to get more big government, more depravity on demand (a lot of it subsidized), and more of what the radical left wants even when the Republicans win.

By going for “the winner” as opposed to the most faithful, we (and our children’s futures) often end up being the biggest loser.

When Christians act faithlessly (like follow polls and fundraising numbers more than their principles) they act contrary to their own faith. God commands faith with works, not works with faith. We are to do what God wants us to do and the way He wants us to do it, and then trust that a God who loves us enough to offer up His own Son in our place will see fit to bless our obedience.

Some of you reading this will bristle at the very notion of rewarding faithfulness with pleas for pragmatism. However, what could be more pragmatic then basing your decisions off of the example set by a sovereign God who is undefeated for all of eternity?

Besides, there is ample evidence that this pragmatism isn’t pragmatism defined as doing what works at all, but really defeatism at a slower pace. For a generation Christians have practiced this defeatist paradigm, and what do we have to show for it?

It is vital that we as Christians cease playing the political process game that has led to us being fooled time and time again, and instead do what is right no matter what the politicians, the pollsters, or the people around us are pressuring us to do.

We can start by supporting candidates that have proven their faithfulness, regardless of what those unfaithful to our Constitution and “the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God” try to tell us to do. Why would we take advice on how to do what’s right from those who don’t know right from wrong?

10. Politics is corrupt because pulpits are compromised!


Also see “Anybody is Worse than Obama”, “Political Bugs”, and the “Politicians” section of “Things That Bug Me”.