When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

“Middle of nowhere” xref: comment two weeks ago Sunday re: “God forsaken place (s),”

Romney has distinguished himself from Obama, but perhaps in ways he did not immediately intend.

From a tactical point of view, Romney has faltered at times in trying to prove that he has the policy expertise, personal skills and cultural intelligence to represent the country abroad.

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At the same time, Romney has tried to follow an unwritten rule of American campaigning: Don’t criticize the president while on foreign soil.

But he has struggled with another unwritten rule — one that applies to travel more generally: It is also a bad idea to criticize foreigners while on foreign soil.

He started by insulting the conservative leader of Britain, the United States’ closest ally, by questioning the nation’s readiness for the Olympics. Prime Minister David Cameron shot back that Salt Lake City, where Romney organized the Winter Olympics in 2002, is in “the middle of nowhere.”

xref: “God is everywhere God wants to be – there are ‘God forsaken’ places,”

God is not a ‘slave’ to any notion we might have about God – God is 100% independent and totally free to accept or reject permission from God’s own self to create, or not create.

The two things we have found it logically impossible for God to do is to be 100% less than God.

1. Thus we find no small gods, because God is 100% independent, but small gods depend upon their being a larger God, or other small gods.

2. And only a small no about the one God, because we, creation, are less than God, but we depend upon God to create and sustain us.

“Middle of nowhere” xref: comment two weeks ago Sunday re: “God forsaken place (s),”

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