Does “wave election” suggest American awakening spiritually, able to avoid implosion? Analysis.

Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

What did last Tuesday's "wave election" really mean? What did last Tuesday’s “wave election” really mean?

As America moves closer — dangerously closer — to implosion, Tuesday’s elections were stunning to the so-called political “experts” and to many of us.

They represented a landslide of support for candidates defending the sanctity of human life, the sanctity of natural marriage, focusing on the importance of balancing the federal budget and not racking up trillions of dollars in new debt, cutting wasteful spending, and vigorously supporting Israel as a key American ally. This was encouraging, not because a certain political party took control, but because people advancing certain values and ideals gained working control of Congress.

The media constantly tells us that defending natural marriage and the sanctity of life are radioactive positions for political leaders. This election wave shows just the opposite. Voters are increasingly pushing back at radical efforts to attack life and marriage, as well as suicidal moves in Washington, D.C. to overspend and bankrupt country.


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