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feeding frenzy

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It is far too clear and completely obvious that tRump is a racist pig with a white nationalist agenda. I hold him directly responsible for INTENTIONALLY INCITING the violence that is growing against immigrants and people of color.

His words and his actions are morally reprehensible. He is the most corrupt president in the history of our nation. I would not allow him in my house, or even in my yard, or anywhere near my family or pets.

The sooner he is impeached and indicted, the sooner our nation can begin to heal. He is a cancer that needs to be (legally) cut out of the body politic.

true patriotism

Theodore Roosevelt quote: Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand...

At a time when most of the Republicans in the Senate are still wallowing in “the mud, the blood and the beer” with the most corrupt, cowardly, lying pig of a president in our nation’s history, we all need to remember this powerful quote from a true leader.

Every Republican that continues to defend the #BLOTUS is as much a traitor to the United States as he is. Bone Spurs are nothing compared to the spineless actions of McConnell and his herd of swine.

Every single one of them needs to be impeached; not voted out of office, impeached, indicted and tried in a court of law.

the message from Helsinki

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There can be no misunderstanding concerning Trump’s allegiance to Putin and Russia. He serves the Kremlin. This is the clear message from Helsinki.

I want a President that serves and protects the Constitution and the USA. Trump need to be impeached and indicted for treason. If Republicans continue to ignore the truth and continue to support him they are complicit and need to be prosecuted and removed from office.

a painful truth

The lawyer for President of the United States has publicly declared that Trump could kill a public official and not be indicted. I expect that under a dictatorship or in a two-bit banana republic, not in a nation where the rule of law is honored.

Surely I am not alone in my outrage. When is this going to stop? It is time for us to decide what kind of country we want.

Redford on Pruitt

I have no difficulty in completely agreeing with Redford’s statement concerning Scott Pruitt. Like so many (the majority) of Trump’s Cabinet Appointees, he is a walking disaster bent on destroying the agency he is supposed to lead.

He doesn’t even attempt to hide his unbridled greed and corruption. Scott Pruitt needs to be fired, replaced, indicted  and tried for crimes against the American people.

it’s all about priorities

Do you wish to honour the body of Christ? Do not ignore him when he is naked. Do not pay him homage in the temple clad in silk, only then to neglect him outside where he is cold and ill-clad. He who said: “This is my body” is the same who said: “You saw me hungry and you gave me no food”, and “Whatever you did to the least of my brothers you did also to me”… What good is it if the Eucharistic table is overloaded with golden chalices when your brother is dying of hunger? Start by satisfying his hunger and then with what is left you may adorn the altar as well.

This quote is another one from the Early Church Father, Saint John Chrysostom (349-407 AD). As I have shared in previous posts, Chrysostom was the Archbishop of Constantinople, and is best known for his preaching and public speaking as well as his clear denunciation of the abuse of authority by both ecclesiastical and political leaders. This is the fourth post I have shared over the past week that  illustrates this saint’s deep concern for the poor and hungry.

In my first post on Chrysostom  I shared his statement that  feeding the hungry is greater and more powerful than working miracles. He was showing that walking along side the poor and hungry should be an integral part of authentic spirituality. This quote’s focus is on the wealth of a Church surrounded by poverty and hunger.

All I can say is Amen! or as my preacher friends down in North Carolina would say, “that will preacher, brother, that will preach.

A wealthy Church in a world of hunger and poverty is a guilty Church. Every child that dies from hungry is an indictment against a fat and prosperous Church. Every person that dies of hunger is a recrucifixion of Christ by those of us who claim to be his disciples but feed the organization rather than the hungry.

In the end, I guess it’s all about priorities…maybe it’s about loyalty…or maybe it’s about  faithfulness.  What do you think?