Are we going mad as a country?February 7, 2019
To the editor:
Throughout our country, the Deathocrats are promoting infanticide; abortions up till the moment of dilatation and even after the child is born. This is a wicked party that is out of control. How any Democrat in Indiana and elsewhere can associate with the Democratic party is beyond me.
It seems like we are going mad as a country. We have been captured by a reprobate mind. Your party has been captured by the insanity of the Progressives. If you can't change it, and change it quick, you have to form another party or join alternative parties.
The nonsense coming out of the Progressives would destroy America. Do you want that? Do you want tax rates so high that they will disincentivize entrepreneurs and work, resulting in lower productivity and wealth? Do you want the increased regulation of our economy and our lives which we rejected in the 2016 election? Do you want government-run healthcare where elite bureaucrats make personal decisions for you? Do you want the Progressives taking your guns and nullifying your religious liberty? If not, you are going to have to do something to stop them.
I've said it before and will say it many more times: You are going to have to get aboard the Trump train and support his plans for America. He is going to lead us back to a constitutional government that gave us the power and prosperity we once enjoyed.
The first thing we must do is pray and ask God to rid our land of Progressive poison. The second thing we need to do is get as many Conservative constitutional judges appointed to the courts; texturalist judges who interpret the law based on the ordinary meaning of the Constitution as it was understood by the men who wrote it. When you vote for judges and others who appoint texturalist judges like Senators Mike Braun, Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, you can support all politicians who are running against Progressives. Our local, state and federal governments are infected by Progressives.
We have a big job ahead of us. Let's get to work now!
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