I’m tired of Colin Kapernut’s rant on how bad this country is. A country where he is making millions of dollars for playing a game. He continues to make statements that are untrue. His latest came yesterday after the 49ers loss. He said that US spends more money on prisons than education. Then he talked about his hero Fidel Castro and that Cuba spends more on education and highest literacy rate.
Well check out this tidbit from Brietbart
Maybe he should move to Cuba and play ball there.
Didn’t take the liberals long to start their tactics. Recounts. Really. Well it is what it is. The liberals are playing straight from their rule book. Rules For Radicals.
My Dad is 89 years young. He makes things so simple and real. Let’s take the election. I was talking with him the other day on the phone and I ask him what he thought about the outcome.
Dad said “Well doesn’t matter what we think we got what we got and we have to make the best of it and pray for the man.”
I mean he has seen 23 presidential elections and 16 Presidents. From Calvin Coolidge to Donald Trump. Knows what he is talking about.
I found a website with some very interesting maps about the election.
Check it out a lot of good information on it.
People who say that there is no place for politics in church. I couldn’t agree more. I believe the separation of church and state. But when politics start to find it’s place in the church, it’s time to do something about that. I’m lucky in the fact that I attend a church where I am at the minority of being a conservative but we can discuss politics and our beliefs with the fear of being chastised. But we know that when we sit in that church that we are there to do the work of the Lord.
I am pleased with the outcome of the Election. I believe that this country would not survive a Hillary Clinton Presidency. I believe that the country has spoken to say that they are tire of the elitist state in Washington D.C. This does not give Mr. Trump a free ride. I will hold him to even more scrutiny because I voted for him. During the Primaries I didn’t support him, but when the choice was made I supported him. Not like many of the Republican Elites.
This is my first shot at a blog. I’m gonna try and see if I can make it go this time.