The Post & Email Wishes You a Merry Christmas


by Sharon Rondeau

(Dec. 24, 2012) — We wish to take a moment to wish all of our readers a very blessed Christmas.

On this eve of Christ’s nativity, we pray for oppressed Christians and Jews throughout the world; for those who have committed evil acts to change their ways and accept Christ into their hearts; for the victims and families of the Sandy Hook atrocity and other acts of violence; and for the safety and health of our friends and loved ones.

We pray for humility and forgiveness for the sins which have brought America to her knees and that through our own moral strength, we can rebuild her to be the “shining city on the hill” and land of opportunity.  That can be done only through hard work, integrity, longevity, and the highest level of honor in dealing with other people.

The Founders knew that “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”  They prayed constantly for divine guidance, which we must also do more than ever before.

We pray that our nation can be brought back from the abyss, one person at a time.  If we follow Jesus’s well-known advice, America can be restored to everything which was great and good about her.

Let us never give up, and let us never be fearful of exposing the truth in whatever we do.  This will be America’s resurrection.

Merry Christmas.


6 Responses to "The Post & Email Wishes You a Merry Christmas"

  1. Loggia   Thursday, December 27, 2012 at 10:28 PM

    And blessings to those Eastern Christians waiting to celebrate Christmas/Feast of the Nativity on 7 January (which is 25 December on the Julian Calender). It is a joy for those with friends and family in both traditions to celebrate twice! Your work, Sharon, is a gift to All Americans who love God and the Constitution.

  2. ELmo   Wednesday, December 26, 2012 at 3:25 PM

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you. It is hard to imagine where you get the strength and willpower to maintain this grueling fight – but thank God you get it from somewhere.
    Have we heard anything more about the PPSimmons “Surprise Announcement” by a “uniquely qualified VIP”?
    Bless All Who keep the faith and persevere.
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: I am waiting to hear.

  3. gigclick   Tuesday, December 25, 2012 at 12:26 AM

    Merry Christmas to you Sharon and all the other Patriots that are maintaining the fight against the present corruption and evil greed that is running America. God Bless America!

  4. meyerlm   Monday, December 24, 2012 at 8:42 PM

    “MERRY CHRISTMAS, to ALL, and to ALL a Good Night!!”

  5. OPOVV   Monday, December 24, 2012 at 7:35 PM

    Dear Editor,
    Tribal Elders of most of, if not all, American Indian tribes have been put on notice that the American people and her Brothers and Sisters who share this sacred land is hereby put on notice that the War Cry of the Sioux and the Cherokee, the Seminole and the Navajo, and from every other tribe, will be heard one more time, perhaps for the last time, never to be heard by human ears again in this world.
    The day of Painting of the Faces draws near with each passing day that the AMERICAN PEOPLE are denied the Civil Rights that the Constitution guarantees: each of us has the right to defend ourselves in a court of law, something that LTC Terry Lakin was denied.
    With Cherokee Blood flowing in my veins, as a Constitutionally qualified candidate for President in the year of Our Lord 2012, I was denied my day in a Federal Court because the Judge and Obama’s lawyers were content on counting leaves yet failed to aknowledge the forest burning.
    The day of Reckoning, the day of the Warpath, the day of Redemption is upon each of us.
    We pray for guidance and the love of Our Savior, the Christ.
    Keep Your Powder Dry.
    Semper Fidelis,

  6. Bob1939   Monday, December 24, 2012 at 7:15 PM

    Beautifully stated Sharon Rondeau and Merry Christmas to you too!

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