Expressing truth in a troubled culture
Most people who know me know I am a Christian, conservative, Republican in that order.
I am a Republican because the Republican Party most closely aligns with my social, cultural and moral beliefs. But even they get it wrong and Republicans know that. For many years while crazy things have been happening in our culture, Republicans have sat in the U.S. Senate and the House and many state houses never making a mention of them. Never commenting on crucial issues on the floor of their chambers defending our laws or institutions that western civilization was built on as well as many a happy family. Never speaking against these things whether it’s abortion, millions of illegals walking into our nation or the new confusion of sexual identity that is flooding the lives of young people. They have been silent when America could have used their voice to bring some sanity to many situations.
Now we have President Donald Trump’s voice bringing sanity to situations like saying to people such as Ilhan Omar if you don’t like our country go back to Somalia. What is wrong with that? Millions of Americans think that but fear speaking it. Saying things to her like if America is so bad, Congresswoman, why are so many Somali citizens in America? He makes commonsense statements like how is it that illegals love waving their country’s flag in the U.S. but are so outraged at the thought of actually living there.
And then we have Republicans such as Mitt Romney and Joni Ernst attacking the president as racist. Please tell me how and why. They are swamp creatures that unfortunately voters in their states didn’t have enough sense to not elect them or re-elect them.