Election Day in America

Given the non-stop media barrage, I’ll be glad when this election is over. Not because I’ll be happy with the outcome, mind you, but because I won’t have to watch the endless stream of hateful ads and obvious liberal bias in the media. They can’t even disguise their slants any more.

Then you have the doofus academic elites doing pathetic pranks; acting more like students than professors.

In his blog post, Busse said “yanking out the signs and running like a scared rabbit back to my idling car was one of the single-most exhilarating and empowering political acts that I have ever done.”

How enlightened. This kind of behavior isn’t limited to one side of the aisle.

Democrats are criticizing a 38-year-old man who parked a trailer load of manure across the street from Whitehall’s Democratic campaign office to protest presidential hopeful Barack Obama.

Just plain silly.

No, the saddest part of things, at least to me, is that our culture is becoming increasingly secular. More and more people don’t see God as relevant to our lives. Our obsession with celebrity, our constant striving for more money, our unhealthy addiction to the pleasures of this world… all of this will ultimately leave us empty.

Instead, we should all be working towards the day, when at the end of our lives, we’ve built a relationship with the One who can lead us on to the next life.