Timothy Geithner became the nation’s 75th Treasury Secretary with the Senate’s confirmation vote of 60 yeas to 34 nays. There were some surprise votes and not so surprising votes. Voting against Geithner’s nomination was West Virginia Democrat Senator Robert Byrd who said, “Had he not been nominated for treasury secretary, it’s doubtful that he would have ever paid these taxes.”
Is not that just the height of hypocrisy? Whatever happened to the Obamanation’s commitment to rid government of corruption?
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I was asked by a caller this morning to publish today’s daily devotional on my blog so here it is:
A New Beginning
Today we inaugurate Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States of America. This makes the 44th time in our great history that power is willingly handed over from one man to another. Many people are praying for Barack Obama to be successful; I am not doing so in an unattached manner. I do not approve of his agenda but God has seen fit to allow this man to lead our nation. Others are praying that President Obama fails; I will not do that either because his fall will be cushioned by our country. So I will pray that he surrenders his life to Jesus Christ and/or he is influenced by godly men and women such as Daniel of the Old Testament influenced pagan kings.
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I’ve been somewhat of a fan of Camille Paglia’s for some time now. Her latest column at Salon.com is a collection of answers to emails she received. Now mind you she is quite liberal in her political leanings, but she is far and wide one of the most intellectually honest journalists in print. It would be nice to see this level of candor from both sides of the political spectrum and in between, both in media and with our politicians.
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It has been a while since I last posted and I decided to post something that will speak to everyone’s concerns for the economy, especially you Obama supporters (and you know who you are!).
Hat tip to Dick Mahlum for this:
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