Friday, March 4, 2016

My foolproof plan to save America from Trump & other bad outcomes

And you think this is a lot of Sabos. You ain't seen nothin yet!
I've said it many times lately and it bears repeating. In a country of 330 million, it absolutely boggles my mind that at this point in 2016 we're looking at an election of Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump. How on earth is this possible? These candidates are beyond flawed, let alone qualified to lead our country.

Trump in particular leaves me utterly bumfoozled. I live in a county that in Tuesday's Republican primary easily nominated Trump, despite my family's best voting efforts. What that says to me is that the people of Gloucester -- and many other places around America -- who voted for him are angry, like bullies, identify with narcissists, don't give a whit about family values and think it's great to cheat on your wife and then dump her, are sexist, appreciate a businessman who is a complete failure over and over again with four bankruptcies to his name, appreciate racists like the KKK, like casinos and strip clubs and appreciate someone with absolutely zero qualifications for the job he is seeking.

We are headed for a train wreck. There's no other way of looking at it. Which is precisely why it's so important for Christians to keep our eyes on Jesus. We are not of this world. We are mere pilgrims and our goal is eternity. That said, it is vital in these times to be people of humility, compassion and love -- qualities that emulate our Savior, Jesus Christ, and are in such short supply of the men and women seeking higher office in this country.

I've come to the conclusion that to take this country back, I have to take matters into my own hands. It's time to get serious. I started doing some math this morning and I have a plan. So Sabo kids, all 14 of you, listen up. We have a duty to this country. It's restore America time. It's time to produce. Literally.

Here's the plan: We're going to become a super-duper voting bloc. If things go right, we could become the most powerful voting bloc in the country. Forget unions and special interests and all that jazz. The Sabo voting bloc is going to be a force to be reckoned with.

If each succeeding generation of Sabos steps up to the plate, we can turn this country around. The only question is if the Lord will return before then -- I'm all for it! -- or if we'll run out of time and the Trumpification and Clintonification of America will be entrenched.

The plan works like this: If each of our kids has 14 kids, then their kids have 14 kids and on down the line, do you realize that within six generations there could be 16 million of us? Yes, I said that correctly. Sixteen million Sabos ... that's more than the current populations of Kansas, Wyoming, both of the Dakotas, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Nebraska and Utah, with Delaware thrown in for good measure -- combined.

American maps could someday show a huge swath of the West, plus a little outpost on the East Coast,  that reads simply, "Sabo Territory." But there's the thing. With just a little bit of help, we could accelerate this process. For example, my man in Lebanon, Ore., Brian Murray and his lovely bride Tonia Murray, announced they are having twin boys. So cool! These are the 9th and 10th Murrays and as crazy as it sounds, this puts them on the same pace we were at their young age.

Brian, are you with me? Do you want to put American on the straight and narrow? Let's "Restore America!"


  1. Well, add 13 more Sabos to your plan! Hello! We're also the Sabo family and we have 11 children! We live in Texas! What a fun blessing to come across your blog and read of the similarities in name, family size, and faith!! My 13 year old daughter goolged "sabo families" and found yours. To make things even sweeter, we also have a Seth and an Ethan! How cool is that?

    Our children: Cheyenne (23), married to Nathan, and they have two young boys. Celeste (20), about to marry David in TN. Then we have Seth (14), Sophia (13), Chloe (10), Ethan (9), Genevieve (8), Jonathan (6), Amelia (5), Grace (3), and sweet Anna Faith (1).

    We used to blog quite a bit, but not so much any more. You can hop on over to if you'd like to "meet" us.

    Blessings to you and your family!

    Soli Deo Gloria,
    Candace, and my wonderful husband, Greg

    1. Wow! Great to "meet" you all Candace and Greg! Thanks for stopping in and letting us know that Sabos around the country are going strong. I look forward to getting together with you all someday and comparing Sabo notes. In the interim, I'll check out your blog. God bless you all!

  2. Sounds like a plan to me ... only about 228 years until the country is ours again! I doubt I could quite join in shooting for 14 at this point (unless we adopt).

    But, on the election, I've found the perfect Bible passage to summarize it:
    "‘Thus says the Lord, Three things I offer you. Choose one of them, that I may do it to you.’” So Gad came to David and told him, and said to him, “Shall three years of famine come to you in your land? Or will you flee three months before your foes while they pursue you? Or shall there be three days' pestilence in your land? Now consider, and decide what answer I shall return to him who sent me.” --2 Samuel 24:12-13