Inclusivity seems to be floating around today, again, as if it really needs to be understood or looked at for clarification. There used to be a real desire to become an American, not just someone found to be within our borders demanding the same rights and benefits due one born here. Immigration has always been a plus in this quilted land called America (not migration) but it must be from the original intention to become an American- with allegiance to the US and her laws. To expect justice when none would be shared equally lends to latent freedom… the knowledge of suggestive association or displaced displeasures so easily to be confused with one’s truth. The strongest naysayers are now found on the Democratic side of the aisle… as the Socialists continue to grow with more millennials- seeing themselves as entitled to whatever they want. What happened to the left to cause them to lean against freedom itself… to tug at the fabric of what we are as a combined people but not let the past blind us to suggest change is not possible unless it is done to diminish, and not aid, societal concerns over global politics and goals. Some might say they are Americans but they do not act like their ideal represents itself to be. We don’t need another McCarthy or the media fanning the fires of indignation for the CFR.

 

In her glory, an old shot!

 

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Which is more accurate here, a loss of integrity or a psychological disorder?

 

 

This applies equally across the aisle of party politics and cuts to the core of who we are and what we’ve done, or what we are doing to ourselves now.

 

If one would call Trump the cause of hatred… would be to then protest the reason for his visit in Pittsburgh to begin with. It would be equally wrong to be found doing what you claim you are against… biased viewpoints. Here is something Frederick Douglass has said (found below) and note how close it was to George Washington’s words; which went,”… to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance.” We cannot undo the past but we can leave an imprint on the sands of our future by remembering it!

 

“With malice towards none and charity towards all.” This sounds to me as if it shouts of Christian belief… and to take its importance as being no little task.

 

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