posted on Jul, 15 2004 @ 07:42 AM
Let stop and really see what is going on,
When a Leader of a powerful country as US brings God into the actions he takes in his relations with other countries of the world that a Christian God
may not be in their beliefs, that is disrespectful.
That the success of American military and foreign policy is connected to a religiously inspired "mission," and even that his presidency may be a
divine appointment for a time such as this. Is giving other countries that do not share our Christians beliefs a red flag.
Bush said that religion change his live from been a regular Christian from Episcopal faith to his wife's Methodism, and that is ok if his life
But would his faith deepen to embrace the social activism of John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, who said poverty was not only a matter of personal
choices but also of social oppression and injustice?
Is this president taking care of the poor and see that they get the care they need or is he trying to bring religious organizations to provide
services to help the poor through faith, faith do not bring food on your table or pay your bills, a job does that. Faith and prayer is not the way to
fix the problems of the nation or the way to run a nation.
While the big interest in this country are making profits from this president administration, the people in need in this country is been asked to pray
for their needs. What this country needs is not prayers or more wars but to the leaders of this country to address the problems in this country.
Sept. 11, 2001, gave this president newfound vocation as the commander-in-chief of the "war against terrorism." And we are very sad from the events
of that day, but the rest of the nations is alive and in need. But what does he does? His God tells him to start a crusade on terrorism.
What US have lost is the international support from other countries. Trying to finance his personal war abroad is depleting US resources, our economy
and with the tax cuts only the rich is getting richer the poor is still living day by day.