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I’m sorry there are people who feel differently than you do, Marco Rubio. I’m sorry that you, supposedly, for now, unless you are a white-male-capitalist-oligarch, have to respect their feelings and rights and speech. I’m sorry that you even have to countenance them.
Traditions change, dear boy. For example, do you expect negroes to greet you at the door when you arrive at a fancy dinner party? Do you don a traditional white wig when attending the faire? So which traditional values are you talking about?
I know this is Texas but still.
Someone needs to go back to judge school.
At some point we as a people need to decide that we are going to follow the rules that we put in place for ourselves. Otherwise none of it really matters does it.
There are shocking things about this subject. One of them is how intellectually defenseless most Americans, even those supposedly superlative ones in board rooms and legislative offices, appear to be.
Check out @hourback’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/hourback/status/1122666768667938816?s=09
Whew! Boy oh boy! You can’t put it any more plainly than that. This article really spells it all out; Republicans, Donald Trump, conservatism (I’m expanding here, myself) they are all antithetical, actually hostile in word and deed to the teachings of Jesus Christ. They defame Jesus Christ every time they invoke the church, the word of God, their own farcical convictions. It is a travesty. Anyone with an inkling of faith in Jesus Christ would renounce the Republican Party for what it is, was, and is shaping up to be. Cast it aside along with those who would ride on its coattails such as our illustriously goldflaked doofus-in-chief, Herr Drumpf, Donald J. Trump.
This Advent season, while watching Donald Trump in front of a garishly green-and-red banner which proclaims “Make America Great Again,” take the opportunity to reflect on the Faustian bargain which allowed conservative evangelical Christians to “Keep Christ in Christmas” while seemingly divorcing Christianity from Christ. That Republican supply side economics, exemplified by Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell’s cruel tax “reform,” contradicts Matthew 5:3 is clear.