Today I’m teaching a women’s Bible study at our church, and then a history class in the homeschool co-op our church hosts. So I don’t have time to continue with what I’m studying for this blog, but I’ll be back on track tomorrow.
You’ve probably all figured out that I’m a political conservative. I make no apology for that. There are a couple of things that concern me, though. One concerns Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I did not agree with her politics. It amazes me that a Jewish woman could endorse abortion, for instance. But I don’t bash her for her views, nor her work ethic. I’ve heard a few folks suggest they wouldn’t want to trade places with her right now, and that, to me, is offensive. We are not in the business of judging anyone else’s standing with God. Also, I have to tip my hat to her for being totally devoted to her passion–the law–and for breaking some barriers for women that needed to be broken. As far as I know, she has never been accused of duplicity. In today’s political world, that’s really pretty unusual.
Another area of concern is that so many people don’t seem to understand the process. It is President Trump’s duty and responsibility to fill the vacancy ASAP. With only eight justices, there is no longer a tie-breaker. Nothing much will be accomplished as long as that situation remains. Constitutionally, Mr. Trump doesn’t have to wait for any length of time, and has in fact said he would announce either yesterday or today, after Ginsburg’s memorials were over, who he has chosen.
After that it’s up to the Senate. Ms. Pelosi, for whom I have less respect as each day passes, has threatened to impeach him in order to delay the process. She has already spent millions of dollars and countless man hours in her first futile effort to remove him. SHE should be impeached if she tries it again. She wants to impeach him for doing his job.
Third area of concern is Kamala Harris, who has slipped up and told us to prepare for a Harris administration (oh, yeah–with Joe Biden). This is a woman who does not make any attempt to hide her scorn for our country, and who has been endorsed by George Soros. That fact alone should make us shiver in our shoes.
AOC has said this is not just an election–it’s a movement. She’s right. It’s not a movement I endorse. Look at the history of every country that has succumbed to Communist rule and you will see a sad story of violence, civil insurrection, murder, and financial destruction. Venezuela is the most recent example.
All right, I’m done. This is, I believe the ONLY time I’ve ever used this blog in such a manner. I may never do so again. And a word of warning: You have every right to disagree, but you also have the responsibility to be civil. This is MY blog, and I will not post any filth, disgusting language, or otherwise inappropriate comments. I am appalled that the only adjective so many people seem to know these days is the F-bomb. You won’t be allowed to use it here, nor will you profane the Name of Jesus Christ. So if that’s what you intend, don’t waste your time. I won’t post it.
We need to pray. Most of you who read this blog are born-again believers. Please join me in praying God’s protection on our country, our President, our way of living, our adherence to the Constitution, and law and order.