Dems’ dis­ap­point­ment spin-out

The Washington Times Daily - - EDITORIAL -

Af­ter each of Pres­i­dent Obama’s elec­tion vic­to­ries, I and many other con­ser­va­tives who had voted against him were very dis­ap­pointed. I be­lieved Obama would be de­struc­tive to our na­tional se­cu­rity and mil­i­tary might, while spawn­ing vi­o­lent protests be­tween cit­i­zens and against law en­force­ment. I be­lieved he de­meaned many Chris­tians for ‘cling­ing’ to their faith in the Bi­ble. I op­posed his agenda.

Un­like many lib­eral news­pa­per edi­tors and colum­nists, pro­fes­sors, stu­dents and celebri­ties who have been dis­ap­pointed by the elec­tion of Don­ald Trump, how­ever, we con­ser­va­tives did not ex­hibit signs of be­com­ing men­tally un­hinged. Maybe the lack of faith in a se­cured, fa­vor­able eter­nity pro­vided by that Chris­tian Bi­ble has been the dif­fer­ence.

LARRY VOLKENING Hous­ton

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