Trump-baby-balloon-via-CNBC-1200x786.jpgPresident Trump is entering enemy territory this evening.  Two of these big Trump balloons are at the ready and will appear outside the place he takes the podium.  Several protestors from various factions will be on hand.  There are those carrying signs that say things like :  “IMPEACH TRUMP FOR CLIMATE CHANGE,” OR” IMPEACH TRUMP FOR MISUSE OF EXECUTIVE POWER,” or IMPEACH TRUMP FOR PEACHES.”

There will also be those on hand with tee shirts bearing slogans like, “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN,” or “COPS FOR TRUMP.” There will be other words spewing out of angry mouths and protestors with uncontrollable rage and maybe a fight or two will break out in downtown Minneapolis.  As I was on my home from getting a CatScan, I noticed what looked like a bomb squad and SWAT team surrounding a school zone.

My state is known as being extremely liberal. I’m not particularly fond of that face.  I still care about my liberal friends.  There are many points which I disagree on, but I’m certainly not going to give up their friendship because of their political allegiance.  It’s very clear that President almost won the state of Minnesota in the last election.  I think many of my conservative friends had something to do with that.

When I entered the voting poll at the last election, I was teetering on indecision.  I wasn’t sure about any of the candidates, but I decided to look at the facts.  Mr. Trump has always been successful in business.  He knows the seedy side of life and how to root it out before it rears its ugly head.  Running our country has been an exercise in doing just that.  He has taken on the immigration situation and puts his reasons on the rule of law.  He appreciates our law enforcement, the military, those who serve and protect our country.  In my opinion, he was the only one who was willing to dig deep and restore our country to its former self.

I will vote for him again, because he is dedicated to this country.

So, on this rainy Thursday, a bank of grey clouds hover over our city. The democrat mayor has had his say.  Our democrat governor will undoubtedly have words to share.  The pro-choice groups, the climate change people, the impeach for anything group will be on hand.  There will also be those who believe that our president is not guilty of any crimes other than bringing things to light which have been turning greener by the minute in the swamp created by those same people.  Those who are worried about their own careers are afraid of being exposed and will go to any lengths to protect themselves.

Those who elected a man dedicated to working for American have been shown that he’s done his job.  Pray for my city.  Pray that the anger that is filtering into our streets will be minimal.  Pray that violence and foolish, senseless behavior doesn’t occur. Pray that God will again lead us to a greater America.



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As I reach the end of my years, I find I have a lot of good information stored up in this old decrepit mind of mine. If I don't write it all down, it may vanish and no one will have the advantage of my thoughts. This is why this blog exists. I love the Lord, Jesus with all my heart and soul. I know I'm undeserving of all He's done for me, but I also know that His love is beyond my comprehension. I've always wanted to write. I never kept diaries, but tucked my thoughts in my head for future reference. I use them now in creating stories, plays, poetry and my blog. I continue to learn every day. I believe the compilation of our time spent with God will have huge affect on the way we live. I know I'm a sinner and I need a Savior. I have One through Jesus, Christ. My book, "Stages - a memoir," is about the seven stages of life from the perspective of a woman. It addresses all the things girls and women go through in life as they travel it with Jesus, and it is available on Amazon.com.
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  1. Elihu says:

    I will pray for you all. I feel like the whole country is a bit crazy right now.

    I was a senior in high school during the Clinton impeachment debacle. While I agree that Clinton did many unethical and immoral things, the way the impeachment was handled was a bit of a circus. Now, 20 years later, I’m watching the as the other side behaves just as foolishly. I can’t help but shake my head and think, “How can I have learned lessons from 20 years ago while these older politicians have not?” I wish they would stop this nonsense and work together to serve our country instead of their own political ambitions.

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    • atimetoshare.me says:

      I totally agree. Trump should fire all of them and start over with a clean slate. Our representatives are not having doing their jobs. It’s disgusting and disappointing 😳

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  2. Good luck with the madness but know that I’m behind you and our President 100%!!!

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  3. hatrack4 says:

    The wee flea recently posted a video about the forgotten and even demonized people who voted for Trump and Brexit. There are many parallels. Both groups are in the majority, yet they are called deplorables by the minority and that is the message being repeated by the media. I agree with you. I don’t want to lose a friend over political views, but so many have gone down that road, especially on social media.

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  4. It isn’t easy being president of any organization. I discovered this years ago when I was elected president of my nursing school class. I was so honored by the surprise nomination! But before I knew it, I had become the target of everyone’s discontent, about everything. And there is a surprising amount of discontent among students of nursing!

    A similar thing happened when I was nominated and elected president of a small church board, in my absence. I quickly discovered why I had been chosen: no one else wanted the thankless job.

    My late uncle was named President Emeritus of a college, after having served for nearly ten years as the active college president. It was a Christian college, so the level of animosity he encountered was surprising to him. My uncle and I often talked about the difficulties inherent in holding the office of president, in any organization.

    If it’s that challenging to be the elected president of a class of 55 nursing students, a small church board, and a Christian college, I can just imagine how challenging it is to be president of an entire country, especially one as large and diverse as the United States. Whew. No, I definitely wouldn’t want that job!

    I like your reasoning for why you chose to vote as you did in the 2016 election, Kathy. Personally, I couldn’t bring myself to vote for either of the two primary candidates. While I felt that Donald Trump was the better of the two, I could not vote for him because something about him reminds me of an abusive ex of mine. Seriously, their personalities are so similar, I almost feel like my ex is running the country now. (Shudder).

    I live in New Mexico, so I cast my vote for our former governor, Gary Johnson. I was hoping that the extremely contentious nature of the 2016 election would give the third party candidate a fair chance. But no, I basically wasted my vote.

    At this point, I have no idea what I’m going to do in the 2020 election….

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    • atimetoshare.me says:

      It certainly is a thankless job but this president has been facing opposition from day one. The opposing team has been set on impeachment from the start. Heaven help anyone who chooses to run in 2020😃

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