Paul Harvey 47yrs ago, wow kind of scary.
NOW LOOK AT WHERE WE ARE TODAY !
Got this in an email and it is well worth watching for 3mins. Sure sums up where we are going if owebumbles wins.
This was 47 years ago. April 3, 1965. An amazing prediction. Do you remember the famous ABC radio commentator Paul Harvey?
Millions of Americans listened to his programs which were broadcast over 1,200 radio stations nationwide.
When you listen to this, remember the commentary was broadcast 47 years ago on April 3, 1965.
It's short...less than three minutes. You will be amazed.
The best way out is always through.
I was never a big fan of Paul Harvey - I remember his noontime schtick that he did and it was more annoying to me than informative, but this prediction thing is pretty cool.
He is a legend no doubt, I just didn't care for his delivery and angles.
my junk is ugly
"Can't see the forest for the trees,
Can't smell their own shit on their knees"
I just don't like my politics and other peoples' religion to be mixed.
Look, I know I'm going to offend some people, but:
Part of the problem with conservatism being marketable to the masses is the religious aspect of it. It feels to me sometimes like I don't fit in with other conservatives because I'm anti-religious.
Separation of church and state. That's the problem. If we cut religion from our foundation, I promise Liberalism will be a thing of the past.
I am anti-religious too. However I follow a Jewish Carpenter who was anti-religious too; he took a whip to people who were abusing His Father's house...
Originally Posted by GrassrootsConservative
You have to admit, though, that this, from 47 years ago is pretty eerie...
What's eerie is you knowing that same "gamblin man" story that I do. It's one of the only parts of the bible I know about.
Originally Posted by Fearandloathing
Did he predict Mitt Romney would be the best Republicans could come up with for President?
“Conservatism is the fear that somewhere, somehow, someone you think is your inferior is being treated as your equal"
Paul Harvey was a wise man. He was right.
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