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Conservative Musings: Is This 1984 When Up Is Down, Legal Is Illegal, Ri...

Trump has not ceased to attack the Constitution since the day he took office. He doesn’t know it. He doesn’t respect it. He doesn’t want it, or anything else, to limit his greed and lust for absolute power and control.

I support the Constitution. That means I do not support Trump in any way, form or fashion. He has ignored his oath to protect the Constitution, and instead has consistently attempted to ignore it, get around it, and destroy it. That not only makes him unfit for office, it makes the lying pig both repugnant and deserving of impeachment.

Reality Check

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The lying pig that currently holds the highest office in the land has no class and is unfit to appear in polite society, much less to lead our nation. His continued attacks on a true American hero is shameful. This piece of garbage is disgusting as a human, much less a leader of our nation. He is a pathetic little man  who cannot stand the thought of being in the perpetual shadow of real heroes.

Those that continue to support #BLOTUS are either willfully ignorant of reality or hold the same racist, bigoted and completely immoral values as he does.  What about this man’s character or actions would any decent person want to emulate?

a parade for lil Donnie

The only military parade our lying, racist, traitor of a president should get is in Moscow from the country he serves. Military parades should be reserved for American heroes who can never be given enough respect. Five-time draft dodgers deserve nothing but shame and disgust.

good, but troubling, information

I, being an official member of the older adult category, cannot let information such as this get away without a comment or two. This information isn’t new to me, but I feel it might be for some.

Having recently concluded three years as a pastor of an elderly congregation (average age of 83), I have seen this firsthand. It’s not a pretty picture.

All of us would do well to pay attention to the seniors in our lives. They are many small things we can do to help ease their struggles, but it starts with awareness.

Care and respect for the elderly among us is a tradition most of believe in, and rightfully so. What can you do to ease the hardship of an older friend or family member during this Christmas season?