Friday, November 15, 2013


Even the liberal International New York Times has stopped cheering for him

When Obama was first elected people in all the countries we visited thought he was going to change the world, solve problems, bring everyone together. Huge crowds cheered his as the Messiah. He was given the Noble Peace Prize. Everyone was optimistic. Liberals were in love!

Now when we travel around the world it’s the exact opposite. I can’t find anyone who supports him, think he’s great, or has any respect for him. He has become a joke to almost everyone we’ve talked to just as he has on US late night comedy. Newspaper editorials criticize him, people flip him off as a failed leader, and America looks small.

It’s not just Obamacare – that is only the frosting on the rotten cake – it is that the world is finally realizing he has no idea what he’s doing (unless he is actually trying to bring America down a few notches), he is untrustworthy, disingenuous, self-absorbed, and disengaged.

The once great America now seems amateurish under his presidency and it’s comedy of errors , cover-ups and lies. We are drowning in debt and losing our position as world leader. China smiles; Iran snickers and allies wonder what is next.

We’ve been in many countries across the globe over the last few months and it’s the same everywhere. People ask us incredulously almost daily, “How could you have elected him a second time?” America is not respected as it used to be. This president has embarrassed us all.


Click on picture for larger image of Pyramid of Dogma and Doctrine

From Jimmy Akins’ Secret Information Club:

Periodically, I’m asked what the difference is between dogma and doctrine.

People have the idea that they are kinds of Church teaching, but they’re not sure precisely what the difference is (or even if there is one).

To help folks understand this, I’ve created an infographic that shows how dogma and doctrine relate to theology.

Below you will see examples of what goes in each category! (I recommend everyone join Jimmy Akins’ Secret Information Club.)