Politics

MAGA

All these failures the Dems have been searching for trying ever so hard to prove a case against President Trump have been leading the blind to darkness.

Impeachment; without a reason.

They would do much better if they spent their energy on finding a good, honest (cough, cough) 

 

As I was saying, they would do better using their energy to find a candidate that is good for the Country.

The Dems are only hurting themselves and helping Trump prove he is the man for America since they can’t even come up with a reason to impeach.

To think!  I use to be a Democrat, born and raised in Chicago where most are brainwashed in regard to politics.

Just Because

MARCH OF LIFE

Have you heard about it YESTERDAY Jan. 18th; if not because the media does not want you to hear.

HOWEVER

Today the March for Women’s right and they will march for THEIR OWN but this video about these people below are marching for the RIGHTS OF OTHERS, OTHER THAN THEIR OWN AGENDA.

My granddaughter is the one in the red sweater.

 

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Ah! Another Challenge, Word Prompts

Good Versus Evil— Nefarious Crushed

A picture such as the one here below says it better than words.

Speaking of words the word prompt today happens to be “Nefarious” from here; if you care to join in on the fun.  And/or also here for the word “Debonair.” Two fellow bloggers initiating word prompts.

That NEFARIOUS Evil one lays beneath the feet of Michael the Archangel who is shown to be one of many, a DEBONAIR Angel of Good.

Evil will have its day, for sure, but we all know the end of the story.

My 6-word story here is:
Know the Watcher watches — Watch Out!

Michael

Word Prompts

Your Tide of Quotes

Just as the word prompt is meant to be an inspiration for us, quotes are also an inspiration to me as they cause me to think and inspire.

Today the word prompt was “Tide,” immediately we think of water, but the word “Tide”, like most words have several meanings.

Today I bring you a tide of quotes, hoping they will give you cause to ponder as they often do for myself.

“The first reaction to truth is hatred.” Tertullian

“Aim at heaven, and you will get earth thrown in. Aim at earth, and you get neither” C. S. Lewis

“No one ever told me that grief felt so like fear.” C. S. Lewis

“It’s not what you look at that matters; it’s what you see.”
Henry David Thoreau

“I read the paper every day and the Bible every day; that way I know what both sides are up to.” Zig Ziglar

“Act, and God will act.” Joan of Arc

“Woe to those who die in mortal sin!” Francis of Assisi

“Holy wisdom confounds Satan and all his wickednesses.”
Francis of Assisi

“A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool.” William Shakespeare

“It was pride that changed angels into devils; it is humility that makes men as angels.” Saint Augustine

And of course on the side-bar located just below bolded from St. Augustine here, is a quote one good nun would remind us of each day before she would start her civic class.  ►►►

via Daily Prompt: Tide

Tide