We won’t go quietly
The United States of America, the most powerful nation on the face of planet earth. Probably not for long.
A lot of sacrifice and blood has been shed for many years to put this country in a positive light on the world stage. We took comfort in knowing that we have enjoyed the spoils of years of sacrifice, even those who gave it all. However bright it was, the light has gone dim.
The last time I checked I realized I’m a citizen of this great nation. If I don’t have anything else, what I do have is the right to speak up and speak out. We still live in a democratic society, although it seems our rights are gradually being taken away. Our destiny as a nation seems to be one possibly under communist rule.
It is past time for all decent people to let this administration know we will not go quietly into the night. Dictators control others with fear of something. We as a nation should have been more careful about who we entrust with the nuclear trigger. Maybe a lot of us don’t fully understand the impact of political genocide.
Before I stop with my opinions and comments, for the two senators from Arkansas that voted for the health-care plan to allow folks that can’t afford to live under it to simply die if you can’t afford to pay, those same people who voted for you will also remember you. God help us all. JACKIE PAUL JOHNSON