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Saturday, May 18, 2013

Remember Jon Hubbard? He hasn't mellowed

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FIGHTING ON: Jon Hubbard
  • FIGHTING ON: Jon Hubbard
Remember Jon Hubbard, the former Republican legislator from Jonesboro whose views proved too extreme for voters in 2012, though not for the Republican Party of Arkansas? (His self-published book included the observation that slavery had some positive benefits for black people.)

His fighting spirit continues, as evidenced in an op-ed this week in the Jonesboro Sun.

Why does he rage? That evil Barack Obama is why.


Perhaps the most valuable lesson I learned as a result of the 2012 election was that you cannot expect to win, or even survive, a political campaign when you are totally committed to playing by the rules when your opponent refuses to do so. The same is true when it comes to saving our nation from the clutches of an obsessed, liberal-socialist-globalist agenda.

A little more than four years ago, the people of this country sat quietly by as we were informed that America was no longer a Christian nation.

...A few weeks ago Barack Obama publicly called upon his god to “bless” the abortion providers he so proudly refers to as Planned Parenthood.

...When Obama was promoting the virtues of same-sex marriage, I couldn’t help but wonder where in the Holy Bible he found evidence to show that Jehovah God, the God of Abraham, Moses and Daniel, sanctified this abominable lifestyle?

...We are also now learning of the targeted attacks by Obama’s IRS Gestapo against not only tea party groups, but also against Jewish organizations.

...Obama has systematically gone about his primary objective to destroy America...

...There is no doubt that the Arkansas branch of the liberal-Democrat-socialist propaganda machine will come out in full force to try to discredit both this message and the messenger, but let’s not forget that Adolf Hitler also had his own well-oiled propaganda machine working around the clock to deceive and masquerade his true intentions of evil and world subjugation.

...Does America still have any chance of surviving Obama and his anti-American agenda? Of course we do, but only if those who really love this country are willing to come to her defense in this, her greatest hour of need!

If only the propaganda machine was as well-oiled as Hubbard imagines.

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