SHE(AMERICA) FEARS WHAT HAS APPROACHED HER SHORES

GREETINGS,

  AS WE CONTINUE TO SAY AND TEACH, THE RULERS OF AMERICA ARE NOT BLIND TO THE TIME WHICH WE ARE NOW IN. THIS TIME IS A CRUCIAL TIME. THEY WOULD HAVE YOU BELIEVE THAT AMERICA IS AN EXCEPTION AND HAS A LONGER TIME BEFORE SHE HAS TO PAY THE PIPER.LUDICROUS,INDEED!

  THEY ARE SCARED. THEY KNOW THAT THIS IS THE TIME IN SCRIPTURE WHEREIN GOD IN PERSON WILL MANIFEST HIMSELF,HIS POWER ,AND REDEEM HIS PEOPLE BY BREAKING THE STAFF OF THEIR OPPRESSORS.

  THAT TIME IS NOW. THEY ARE(SOME OF THEM ARE) ACKNOWLEDGING THE COMING FALL. THEY USE DECEPTION LIKE FABRICATING A GREECE CRISIS TO KEEP YOU FOCUSED OVER THERE WHILE THE GROUND BENEATH YOU CONTINUES TO BE SET ABLAZE.

  AGAIN I SAY, THEY ARE SCARED AS HELL AT WHAT THEY SEE COMING TO THEM AND THEY HAVE NO CONTROL OVER IT EITHER;

U.S. Will be Like Greece in ‘Seven to 10 Years,’ Say Congressmen, Experts
Monday, June 07, 2010
By Jane McGrath


An anti-government rally in Athens on Wednesday May 5, 2010. Deadly riots over harsh new austerity measures engulfed the streets of Athens, part of nationwide strikes called to protest new taxes and government spending cuts demanded by the International Monetary Fund and other European nations as a condition for bailing out the financially strapped nation. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
(CNSNEws.com) – Sen. Judd Gregg (R-N.H.), along with other members of Congress and leading financial experts, is warning that the United States is in danger of being in the same dire situation as Greece – national bankruptcy — in seven to 10 years unless the federal government radically curtails spending.
 
Last month, Gregg, the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, said the United States will “essentially be where Greece is in about seven years.”
 
“If we continue to spend much more than we take in,” he says. “We’ll double our debt in five years and triple it in 10 years and essentially be where Greece is in about seven years,” Gregg told the Fox Business Network in May.
 
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), the ranking Republican member of the House Budget Committee, has also said that the United States has been making decisions similar to that which caused Greece’s debt crisis……MORE HERE

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