Any Way the Wind Blows – Trump Controlling the Elements?

The world gets more amazing every day and all it takes is a predicted hurricane to bring out emotional but completely hilarious headlines. One of the problems with the hilarity is that people tend to believe such headlines especially if they are declared by a supposedly proper publication like The Washington Post.

Today’s headline from the Washington Post is declaring that Trump is ‘complicit’ for the dangerous storms brewing off shore right now. Wow, is this going to take the current heat over the Russian collusion allegations if the liberal lawyers have to put aside that paperwork to take on the Hurricane Collusion allegations.

Thinking about this (while trying not to laugh) brings up all sorts of questions that a normal person wouldn’t ask but will be tossed generously around by every liberal media ad nauseam.

First of all, what kind of witnesses would have to be called? Since the hurricane collusion in question is still off shore, would the exalted lawyers of the left have to subpoena random but guilty-looking rain clouds? I imagine said clouds have a history of causing rain leading to hurricanes so need to be reined in as soon as possible for questioning. Time is of the essence. Wind and outlandishly high ocean waves may be called in to witness. The illustrious lawyers defending against the magnificent powers of President Trump would have to discern what aspects of the FBI, DOJ, CIA might be implicated in encouraging or even providing the meeting place for this complicity . . . and would they need ships and raincoats?

In discerning this and other important aspects of this complicity, we have to remember with Hurricane Katrina President Bush managed to aim it at predominantly black communities in that storm. As was stated by the global warming and or cooling factions, every storm after Hurricane Katrina would be worse and we would have ten or more a year. So far, we have still had yearly hurricanes of various magnitudes but not ten or more a year.

All this aside, how will the left manage to control this? I mean, if I believed that George Bush and President Trump were capable of being ‘complicit’ with storms aka controlling the elements of the world, wouldn’t they be a little nicer? I mean, they are giving the president credit for powers far and above a human man. I would think they would work on this premise on the down low so as not to ignite the temper of such a being towards their destruction since they are obviously gifting him with power over the force of a hurricane. AND, since we all know that President Trump is definitely NOT part of the Second Coming, would they need to subpoena God . . . or perhaps the warmer side of the after life which they all seem to be more guided by.

Midterm Voting . . . It’s Important!

The midterms are upon us and, traditionally, a big presidential win by either party, usually results in a low turn-out for the party currently in power and gives the other party a possible head’s up in turning the tide in anticipation for the 2020 presidential election.

While we had a good turn out for the presidential election, many people may not feel the need to defend their turf come November. Knowing this, the Democrats are out to take over the House and, if successful, make the rest of President Trump’s term miserable for him. Uh, as if that hasn’t been their ongoing goal since November 2016.

Over the years, I have heard so many people tell me why they couldn’t vote:

1. I forgot to re-register to vote after I missed voting in the last election.
2. It was raining that day and I didn’t want to wait in line. (Voting is indoors!)
3. With my children in school, I need to be home in case there is an emergency. (Cell phone?)
4. I home school and don’t want to disrupt the day. (A living lesson in our country and how it works?)
5. If I register to vote, I will get called for Jury Duty. (They don’t go by the voting lists.)
6. I really didn’t know who to vote for or even who was running and for what? (You take pride in this?
7. I had a headache, fever, stomach . . . (fill in the blanks!)
8. Oh, was yesterday voting day?

After over two years of fake media reporting, trying to thwart the president’s job, initiating various uprisings about whatever faction feels slighted that day, are we really going to give the opposition a chance to undo the good work and changes to date? And, if you feel there has not been anything of value done since November 2016, you haven’t been reading all the news. Just the fact that unemployment is down, jobs are more plentiful, and taxes were cut and reflected in your take home pay should be enough to get one to the polling place. We could go into more details about President Trump’s handling of some dictators, allies, negotiating better trade values but if you didn’t care enough to listen when it happened, you probably won’t believe it now.

So, just a thought-provoking reminder that voting is coming up soon. Voting is important. And leaving it up to a few to keep our politicians in office, might not be enough. Just think! One of the first things on the Democrat agenda is to rescind the tax cuts, impeach the president, and reinstate as much of the previous eight years as possible.

Still not convinced? It seems to me that every vote a person doesn’t bother to use, means a vote for the other side. As Christians/Catholics, the only chance for pro-life standards comes from the current administration. In essence, the vote you don’t use will be a vote to a party who has a firm platform in placehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgPx25jYSQg for abortion in place. You might not consider yourself in favor of abortion but your absence at the polling place will signal strongly that you didn’t care enough to keep an adamantly pro-abortion political party out of office in hopes of saving more unborn.

The Midterms and You?

Most news venues concentrate on only the negatives in life and have yet to give President Trump his fair credit in regards to what he has done with the country up until now. For one thing, he has actually worked to keep his campaign promises which can’t be said of many other elected candidates to date. His election rallies drew crowds yet the democrats refused to see the obvious as evidenced by their election night tears and screams of surprise. Yet, in spite of the turnout to elect a president that kept promises, the Midterms seem to be rather low-key in interest which makes you wonder why the winner of 2016 feel they can be so complacent. You can’t have a ‘red wave’ if voters are going to piddle around and figure someone else can worry about it. After all, would it really make that much difference if the democrats take over the House.

Top Ten Quotes on the Tragedy of Abortion

Top 10 Quotes on the Tragedy of Abortion

10. “Abortion is the ultimate exploitation of women.” Alice Paul, drafter of original Equal Rights Amendment

9. “Abortion is advocated only by persons who have themselves been born.” Ronald Reagan

8. “America needs no words from me to see how your decision in Roe v. Wade has deformed a great nation. The so-called right to abortion has pitted mothers against their children and women against men. Mother Teresa of Calcutta

7. “When we consider that women are treated as property, it is degrading to women that we should treat our children as property to be disposed of as we see fit.” Elizabeth Cady Stanton

6. “It will burden her conscience in life, it will burden her soul in death; but oh, thrice guilty is he who.drove her to the desperation which impelled her to the crime.” Susan B. Anthony

5. “To earlier feminists who had fought for the vote and for fair treatment in the workplace, it had seemed obvious that the ready availability of abortion would facilitate the sexual exploitation of women.” Mary Ann Glendon, Harvard Law Professor

4. “Every 36 seconds in America a woman lays her body down forced to choose abortion out of a lack of practical resources and emotional support. Abortion is a reflection that society has failed women.” Patricia Heaton, Emmy Award Winner
3. “Life becomes harder for us when we live for others, but it also becomes richer and happier.” Dr. Albert Schweitzer

2. “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Jesus of Nazareth, Socrates, Confucius

1. “Thou shall not kill.” God the Creator