Showing posts from November, 2018


***I really wish I could just not care about politics sometimes. I have anxiety, lose sleep, and get really angry over it sometimes, like now, when the Democrats are trying to steal a couple of close elections. Ever notice that when they happen to find a few hundred thousand votes in a close contest, they always, ALWAYS, benefit the Democrat? Plus, they never find a bunch of votes in a contest that was not close. Amazing, right? The Left is doing its level best to chip away at the foundations of this country. Our voting rights and the sanctity of our elections is so important, and we need to be able to trust in the system. Meddling like this is unforgivable, and I again wonder why so many good people vote Democrat. I will contact the officials in Broward County and the election officials in Georgia, that's all I can do. I keep telling myself that it's really silly to worry so much over something I have no control over, and that in eternity this election won't matter a bit.

Election Day

***It seems as though every election we say this is the most critical one in our history. Fact is, they're all important. I do think it's important to at least keep the Republican majorities in the House and Senate in order to continue the good things that have been happening since Donald Trump was elected. I don't pretend to know what is going to happen today, but it's difficult to fathom that Americans would reward the Democrats for their behavior for the past couple of years. The icing on the cake was the Kavanaugh debacle. Their attempt to destroy a good man and his family in order to further their agenda is unforgivable, politically anyway. But...again, I don't know what's going to happen. If we lose, though, I can tell you what will not happen. We will be upset and concerned about the future of our country, but we will not go into the pits of despair. We will get up tomorrow and go to work. There will be no "blood in the streets," as one Hollyw