Sense of en­ti­tle­ment looms in Amer­ica

Sun Sentinel Broward Edition - - Opinion -

The Left has con­vinced ev­ery mi­nor­ity in Amer­ica that they have a voice equal to the ma­jor­ity. No mat­ter how large the ma­jor­ity or how small the mi­nor­ity, they (the mi­nor­ity) should have their way. This sense of en­ti­tle­ment they have now has con­vinced even for­eign­ers that it’s a truth. Every­one has a right to be in Amer­ica — not a right to ask, but to de­mand.

Not ev­ery­thing Trump be­lieves is true, nor ev­ery­thing he has done eth­i­cal. But main­stream me­dia should take note of its ir­rel­e­vance by con­stant talk of im­peach­ment and con­stantly dis­proven pre­dic­tions. Kennedy was per­son­ally im­moral while gov­ern­ing in a noble, whole­some man­ner. The same is true of Don­ald Trump on poli­cies which mat­ter most to Amer­i­cans in re­turn­ing Amer­ica to the moral val­ues of the hon­or­able na­tion of our fore­fa­thers.

The eu­lo­gies of the fam­ily mem­bers and loved ones of Ge­orge H. W. Bush are a sa­cred re­mem­brance of the achieve­ments of a leader who saw the world with a spirit of op­ti­mism and grace. He could see the is­sues from a po­si­tion of bal­ance and re­spect for the rule of law, bring­ing a mo­ment of har­mony, love and good will to the Amer­i­can peo­ple.

El­iz­a­beth Hi­nes­ley, Del­ray Beach

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