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Can Obama keep the presidency

This message is a call to all Christians. to everyone who voted for a new President and has wanted a change for our nation.

We felt like the vote was over and that was that. If they would have voted Clinton in the conservatives would have taken the news and moved on. Maybe a few radicals would have demonstrated and made idol threats, but it would end there.

However, I believe that America is right where Obama wanted it to be. You see the more that racial tensions were brought into the election the greater an army that the President had. now the dice have been thrown and the gamble lost so Obama can easily take his Ace out of his pocket and declare martial law all because of the civil unrest that he procreated.

On Alan Colmes radio cast, Dr. Ben Carson told Colmes that Obama could very easily declare martial law if the unrest of the nation got worse and turned into Anarchy. At that time Dr Carson was just looking at running for the presidency. He believed that the nation may not have an election if the unrest continued.

But we did have an election, and someone other than Clinton won.

I wondered for months why it appeared that Obama was not only supporting the protesters but actually applauding them. I wondered why he was actively making the civil unrest worse. Now I fear we may see.

While he begs the nation to take this transition in peace, to wipe his hands clean of any blood, he is possibly already drafting an Executive Order for martial law.

This is a call for all Christians to join together and pray, storm the heavenly gates for our nation. I fear we have not seen the worse of it yet.

Remembering Dallas

We are in a very dark place in history. More and more senseless killings are happening. Making matters worse, the ones that are supposed to protect us are the ones being targeted.

There is a large group of people that believe that there is a a war going on by the police against the African American people. Sadly, there are many senseless killings of African Americans by police officers. There are also many African American police officers.

The vast majority of the deaths at the hand of the police have been people who were breaking the law, who attempted to get away and resisted and endangered the lives of others, leaving force as the only option. There are individuals from all races that have died doing this, but everyone is looking strictly at the African American population.

The vast majority of the African Americans who were arrested were not killed. They did not refuse. There are many who still look only at the few that have died and ignored that many people that call the cops everyday and are helps and supported by the police officers.

It is not the police that are being racist, but the people promoting this problem that are against the police. Now 12 officers were gunned down by sniper fire in Dallas. Five of the victims are now dead.

This has gone far enough. We should realize that all lives matter. Police should not being gunned down in the name of vigilante righteousness. At the same time it is important that police officers exhaust all non-lethal attempts to seize a person as possible. Whether the person is red, yellow, black, white, green, or purple, everyone deserves the right for due process and people should not have to fear the police.

At the same time, people should realize that the police do have a job to do. They should not feel that they are above the law, but rather realize if they did wrong that they have to deal with the consequence of their actions.

Finally, others should not be ignorant just because the politicians and media are making this into a race war. There are people from all races and ethnic backgrounds that have died at the hands of officers. In most all cases the person left the officers with no other choice than to use force.

Remember all who have died.