The vote on Abortion Laws in Congress was timed to coincide with the Faith & Freedom meeting that laid out the agenda of the Evangelical Republican Party who subscribe to the Great Tribulation where 75% of the world’s population is wiped out, including thousands of un-born babies inside their mother’s wombs. Most Republican Congressman prey this happens so their version of Jesus will return and reign for a thousand years. Instead of focusing on the economy and jobs, elected Law Makers are doubling down on the Tribulation where everything will be made right. These loons who beg for your secular votes want the way things are now – to fail! The worse things are, the better off they are. One doomsday prophet says;
“God has not been messing with you – man has been messing with you!”
What this prophet is saying, is, man-made stuff is of Satan, made to deceive. This is why these Red State Devils claim Jesus founded this Democracy, and his followers made America great. Only when Man’s Free Will has been brought low, and all secular men are down on their knees, will God-Jesus stop murdering billions of people and consent to reign over us as our divine King and Universal Superman. His “Royal Flush” will be appointed to Congress and the Senate as a mere formality.
Above is a photo of Rick Perry and his wife at the Faith & Freedom gathering.
Above are photos of Rich Perry and his wife with Denne Sweeney and secessionist traitors. If Rick had shown some willingness to give signals to thousands of South Carolina Trailer Trash that he was going to put that black man in the White House in his place, then he would be Top Dog in the polls. Just posing with Traitors, is not enough. You got to feed the children of the Anti-Christ red meat every damn day.
Above is a photo of Sara Hodges who is kin to my great, great grandmother, Dorothy Hodges. Anthony Hodges is more then likely my kindred. He opposed Denne Sweeney who brought neo-Confederate radicals and secessionist into the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Sweeney is the leader of the Sons of Confederate Veterans that is associated with the league of the South made up of professors who manipulate celtic history to their own racist end. Their leader is a British subject. As fate would have it, Michael Hill is messing with my dead, my Rosy Kinfolk in my family tree! All that DaVinci Code crap – in nothing in comparison with the real battle the Abolitionist God of the Jews is having with these Red State Devils. God has placed me in their way. They shall not pass! Get out of my kindred’s party!
Since Denne Sweeney took over as SCV commander in chief in August 2004, the group’s executive council has been stripped of moderate former commanders. A purge of some 300 members, accused of disloyalty for criticizing racism in the SCV, was completed. An ancient alliance with the Military Order of Stars & Bars, a sister organization for descendants of Confederate officers, was scuttled, and a bitter war with another old ally, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, erupted. Sweeney suspended an entire state division of the SCV and replaced its leaders. He diverted money originally intended for the upkeep of a cemetery and building a museum to a brand-new political arm. He promoted followers with documented racist histories to key national leadership positions. Through it all, Sweeney presided over an exodus of fully 25% of the SCV’s membership, which fell from 36,000 to 27,000.
Since his 2004 election, Sweeney has moved to consolidate power by appointing to key leadership positions men who have belonged to hate groups or have histories of racism. Last year, for instance, he selected Jim Pierce of North Carolina to develop a “new and expansive” genealogy program for the SCV.
Pierce is a well-known radical in the SCV civil war. In 2002, he circulated a grossly racist cartoon — a huge-lipped caricature of a black woman endorsing an anti-racist candidate for high SCV office to be her “massa” (“He sho am good foa me”). The following year, after a rare black SCV camp commander criticized a North Carolina SCV officer who is a Holocaust denier, Pierce angrily challenged the critic to provide documents proving “he is truly eligible to join the SCV.”
In the futurist view of Christian eschatology, the Tribulation is a relatively short period of time where anyone who chose not to follow God up until the Rapture and was therefore left behind (according to Pre-Tribulation doctrine, not Mid- or Post-Tribulation teaching) will experience worldwide hardships, disasters, famine, war, pain, and suffering, which will wipe out more than 75% of all life on the earth before the Second Coming takes place.
According to Dispensationalists who hold the futurist view, the Tribulation is thought to occur before the Second Coming of Jesus and during the End Times. Another version holds that it will last seven years in all, being the last of Daniel’s prophecy of seventy weeks. This viewpoint was first made popular by John Nelson Darby in the 19th century and was recently popularized by Hal Lindsey in The Late Great Planet Earth. It is theorized that each week represents seven years, with the timetable beginning from Artaxerxes’ order to rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem (the Second Temple). After seven plus 62 weeks, the prophecy says that the messiah will be “cut off”, which is taken to correspond to the death of Christ. This is seen as creating a break of indeterminate length in the timeline, with one week remaining to be fulfilled.
Dispensationalists are premillenialists who affirm a future, literal 1,000-year reign of Jesus Christ which merges with and continues on to the eternal state in the “new heavens and the new earth”, and they hold that the millennial kingdom will be theocratic in nature and not mainly soteriological, as it is viewed by George Eldon Ladd and others who hold to a non-dispensational form of premillennialism
When considering the top conservative political events and conferences in Washington, DC, the Faith & Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority ranks among the best! Last week, their impressive list of surprisingly accessible speakers coupled with diverse event programming and breakout sessions educated, encouraged and empowered grassroots activists from across the country. Over 1,800 leaders, speakers, and media participated during the three day event. I was personally honored to attend and represent the Texas Faith & Freedom Coalition, the Lone Star State affiliate for the FFC. The event began on Thursday with a kick-off luncheon featuring Senators Rand Paul (KY), Mike Lee (UT), Ron Johnson (WI) and Marco Rubio (FL). Also featured were FFC Chairman Ralph Reed and FFC Executive Director Gary Marx. Following the luncheon, hundreds of attendees flooded Capitol Hill and representatives’ offices to lobby on conservative issues ranging from executive overreach to immigration. Lobby Day wrapped up with a reception in the Capitol featuring our own U.S. Senator from Texas, Ted Cruz, and Congressman Tom Price (GA).Thursday evening, the Faith & Freedom Coalition hosted a private state leaders’ dinner where I met many dedicated colleagues who are carrying the conservative message throughout their home states as well. We were also joined by former presidential candidate and Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum as well as radio talk show host Michael Medved, who both shared some candid, encouraging remarks. An “After Hours” event with both speeches and Q&A time featured former Presidential Candidates Governor Mike Huckabee (AR), Senator Rick Santorum (PA), President of Americans for Tax Reform Grover Norquist, National Review Editor-At-Large Jonah Goldberg and FOX News Contributor Dick Morris lasted well past 11:00 p.m.Friday’s line-up began with our own U.S. Senator John Cornyn and continued through the day featuring former Congressman Allen West (FL), former Governor of Florida Jeb Bush, FFC Chairman Ralph Reed, President of American Values Gary Bauer, radio talk show host Michael Medved, actor John Ratzenberger (“Cliff” from the classic TV show “Cheers,”) Congressman Paul Ryan (WI), Congressman Mark Sanford (SC), Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, and Eagle Forum President Phyllis Schlafly. Three afternoon break-out sessions provided training on many topics including outreach to youth and minorities, big data technology, fundraising, standing with Israel and influencing legislators.Friday evening, the Patriot’s Gala and Awards Banquet came with a big surprise for me personally. I was invited to the green room to join the honored guests at the head table. In the room were Chief Counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice Jay Sekulow, Christian Broadcasting Network Chairman Pat Robertson, Virginia Congressmen Randy Forbes and Scott Rigell, FFC Chairman Ralph Reed, FFC Executive Director Gary Marx and one of my favorite Congressmen, our very own Louie Gohmert, who was there to give the invocation.Susan Fletcher and Congressman Louie GohmertBefore long, the entire room took a collective breath as the door opened and in walked none other than Donald Trump and his security detail! He was very gracious and posed for photos with all of us, and then we were lined up according to our introduction order and marched to the backstage entrance. One by one, we were announced as we walked on stage to our dinner seats. I must say, it was quite an experience to eat dinner in the spotlights with cameras filming every move you make! Of course, my assigned seat was directly in front of the podium, so I was always in everyone’s peripheral view. By the way, my mother will be pleased to know that I was on my best behavior and employed all of the social etiquette training that she engrained into me from such a young age! Napkin in lap… check. Never use the fork to cut or to scoop… check. Use the utensils from the outside and work toward the plate… check.Gala DinnerAfter The Donald delivered his keynote address, we were serenaded by Grammy & Dove award winning artist Sandi Patty. At one point, she sang her new arrangement of our “unofficial national anthem” God Bless America. I was sitting next to Arkansas State Senator Eddie Joe Williams and we whispered to one another that we should be standing as we sang, so we mutually agreed to stand together, which instantly caused the rest in the room to join us… a very touching moment.If that experience wasn’t enough, Saturday morning was the icing on the cake. I was asked to introduce our very own Governor Rick Perry, who was the first speaker of the day. Arriving in the green room, I was soon in the company of RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, former UN Ambassador John Bolton, and of course, Governor Perry. We had a great chat and when I asked him about his future plans, he said that he would make his decision about running for re-election in the next couple of weeks as the Legislature wraps up. I also thanked him for recently appointing me to the State Board of Public Accountancy and we discussed the changing political landscape in Texas. Others on the Saturday morning line-up were Virginia GOP Lt. Governor nominee E.W. Jackson, Columnist for the National Review John Fund, former Presidential candidate Herman Cain, President of Hobby Lobby Steve Green and former Vice Presidential Candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.Throughout the conference, our Founding Fathers were quoted by many of the speakers, and I could almost see them cheering from the grandstands, telling us NOT to give up. The battle is worth it, and as we seek to protect our republic and guard our liberty, we must remain focused on our Constitution. Giving up is simply not an option. Hats off to FFC Chairman Ralph Reed and FFC Executive Director Gary Marx for such a well-planned and executed event. We are now much more equipped to continue this battle for America’s soul. For now, we have our marching orders and I hope to see many more Texans at next year’s conference.At least one experience will likely stick with me for a while. When commenting on my opportunity to meet Donald Trump, a friend proclaimed, “So… ‘The Donald’ got to have his picture made with ‘The Susan!’” The comment has since gone somewhat viral in my circle of friends, so at least for the time being, I am being referred to with an article of speech preceding my name. Who knows if it will stick, but in the meantime, maybe I should come up with my own trademark tag line!Former UN Ambassador John Bolton, Governor Rick Perry, and former Ohio Secretary of State and State Treasurer Ken BlackwellDonald Trump in the green roomArkansas State Senator Eddie Joe Williams and Susan FletcherSenator Ted CruzFurther Links:Over 300 media covered this exciting event. View the links below and see what they are saying about the Faith & Freedom Coalition! The Christian Post: Rick Perry to Conservatives: Be Humble, Courageous Like Jesus and Disciples The Washington Post: Sarah Palin lampoons D.C. at Faith and Freedom Coalition conference POLITICO: Evangelicals to GOP: Don’t betray us on abortion The Rush Limbaugh Show: Sarah Palin Rocks the Place in DC Speech Christian Broadcasting Network: CBN’s Pat Robertson Wins Lifetime Achievement AwardTexas Gov. Rick Perry pitches a way to ‘win this country back’In addition, Texas Faith & Freedom Coalition is planning a large event in Houston in the fall. For further information, stay tuned to http://www.texasffcoalition.com as we plan to announce details later this summer. The national Faith & Freedom Coalition has many more exciting events that YOU can be involved in! Visit http://www.ffcoalition.com for more information on upcoming national events. – See more at: http://www.texasgopvote.com/issues/restore-families/faith-freedom-coalition-s-road-majority-welcomes-royal-flush-conservatives-0055831#sthash.xQYSXERk.dpuf