August 24, 2013

Fwd: Banned for ‘Biblical’ Reference (Shocking)

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Date: Sat, Aug 24, 2013 at 7:55 AM
Subject: Banned for 'Biblical' Reference (Shocking)

Mike Huckabee

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Dear Reader,

Sean Hyman recently recorded a video titled 'The Biblical Money Code.'

Since releasing this video last month, we have received a ton of positive feedback. Thousands of Americans are now sharing this presentation with friends and family on Facebook along with other social media outlets.

In short … the video has been viewed over a million times in the last few days.

However, I was shocked when some of our regular media partners refused to air the presentation. Their reasoning:


I explained to our media partners that their readers don't have to be Christians to profit from this Biblical Money Code, and many billionaires, such as Warren Buffett, are already making money hand over fist with this unique strategy!

I even explained that Sean is a well-known financial expert who regularly contributes on CNBC, Fox Business, and Bloomberg TV, and that Sean's Biblical Money Code helped him turn his father's $40,000 account into $396,000.

Yet they still banned us from sharing Sean's presentation.

All that was suggested by some was that I "cover up" the Biblical reference. (This is something I am not only unwilling to do, but is impossible to do, given that the Bible is a core component of Sean's strategy.)

Bottom Line: I want to encourage you — no matter your faith — to watch this video for yourself.

Millions already are benefiting, and I am confident that this presentation will cause you to look at investing in an entirely new and exciting way.

Click Here to Start Sean's VideoPresentation, "The Biblical Money Code"

Aaron DeHoog
Financial Publisher
Newsmax and Moneynews


And Now Mike Huckabee...

Whatever happened to shame? Comedians have had a field day with Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer's attempts at political comebacks. But aside from their entertainment value, these stories bring up another issue: what's happened to the simple virtue of shame? Have we lost completely and forever, the red-faced, head-hanging, tear-shedding sense of shame? When was the last time you heard a politician associated with words like humility, contriteness or modesty? We seem to have blurred the lines between shame and fame. In a culture that worships celebrity rather than substance, we ought not to be surprised that those who want to lead our political institutions play by the same rules as entertainment and sports celebrities.

Embarrassing and immoral behavior no longer disqualify someone for public service, they "validate one's humanity." And the abracadabra of just saying "I'm sorry" wipes the slate clean, with the added bonus of 100 percent name I.D. Ego, narcissism and raw ambition have replaced the notion of selfless servanthood. Elected offices now go to the most brazen, driven and self-fueled megalomaniacs. George Washington had to be begged into service as President, and he absolutely refused to make it a lifelong career. He would never make the first cut of a modern-day primary that requires one to have what I call the Elijah Syndrome: saying, "I'm the only one that God has left!" What we don't see enough of is the Jesus model: "Let this cup pass from me."

Today's political figures are often just that: figures. As in action figures: artificial miniatures of the real thing. Shame and the capacity to actually display is not a bad thing. In fact, it's like humility. It's a good thing. It reveals that we do know the difference between right and wrong, and we're utterly disgusted with ourselves when we fail. Where there is no shame, all that's left is fame. And that is a sorry substitute for character.

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