Clinton, The Church, America On Trial!
Clinton Offers Bribes; Lawyers Add Deceit, Dirty Tricks

Posted January 20, 1999

The belief of a future state of rewards and punishments÷ a firm persuasion that He superintends and will finally compensate every action in human life÷ these are the grand foundations of all judicial oaths÷ (Sir William Blackstone)

Shame, shame on the child who has not magnanimity enough to tell the truth.... You know it is written in the Bible, "God will bring every work into judgement, with every secret thing, whether it be good or whether it be evil." ÷ No liar can enter the kingdom of heaven÷ The Savior will look upon you in his displeasure÷ And you must hear the awful sentence, "Depart from me, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels." (On Speaking Truth, McGuffey's Eclectic Third Reader, Lesson 31)

God will send them strong delusion, that they should believe the lie, that they all may be condemned who did not believe the truth but had pleasure in unrighteousness. (2 Th 2:7-12)

Overview:

America finds herself in a profound moment of history, a moment, perhaps, when her delusion may have become complete; when children have greater moral judgment than their parents; when God's promise of national judgment may have become irreversible. Today, President William Jefferson Clinton shamelessly pledged his commitment to a reinvigorated socialist blueprint for America (government as savior, provider and lord). His lawyers, as "angels of light," also began his defense in the Senate impeachment trial, declaring Clinton "not guilty" of perjury and obstruction of justice.


New Clinton Promises
  • For weeks, President Clinton has been "buying" no-impeachment votes from poll-tested subsets of the American people by concentrating on "the people's business." He has done this by offering many new socialistic tax-and-spend programs: $6.4 billion to aid police, billions more to buy public lands "to preserve wide-open spaces," yet another 55-cents-per-pack federal cigarette tax-hike, help with health insurance for disabled citizens, and much more.

  • Between 60% and 70% of Americans continue to fawn over a President who is a master of spin, who pretends he's not being impeached, and who seemingly cannot stop lying about anything, big or small. With promises of a preserved Social Security System, Medicare reform, a "Patient's Bill of Rights," new tax credits for families, new school construction, after-school programs, etc., tomorrow's polls may show the president's popularity stronger than ever. His popularity soared after his 1994 speech (in which he trumpeted Hillary Clinton's "Health Security Plan"), in 1996 ("the era of big government is over"), and in 1998 ("save Social Security first!").

  • In a phenomena Time magazine calls "The Great Disconnect," our disgraced President is on trial in one chamber of Congress, "being called a liar, a cheat and a threat to the rule of law," while in the other he is standing to "claim credit for the best year in a half-century, and the audience [rises to] shout, 'amen'!" The Wall Street Journal referred to the President's "Unreal State÷the Altered State of the Union" message, saying that Clinton takes credit for the economy (which has boomed only because he was forced to take his hands off) and also takes credit