Indiana is a state truly blessed by GodJune 12, 2019
To the editor:
Indiana is the best state in the Union. We are a state truly blessed by God, and He has given us very good people. We are a state blessed by a thriving economy. And we are a state blessed by a government that is fiscally competent and responsive to Hoosiers.
Where do these things come from? They come from the good people who live in Indiana. They come from a governor and legislature who are grounded in the real world. They come from U.S. senators like Senators Mike Braun, Todd Young, and representatives like Jim Banks who support President Donald Trump in defending us against the federal government which has usurped our duties and responsibilities under the U.S. Constitution.
The goodness of our people can be seen in all walks of life. These people are carpenters and cooks, professionals and homemakers. Most of the people in Indiana are caring and loving people who love God and love their neighbors. They have no room in their hearts for the evil one.
Because of our fallen nature, the evil one worms its way into the hearts of some Indiana residents. That will be the case until Jesus returns. Until then, we, the good people of Indiana, must support our police officers.
President Donald Trump is the biggest supporter of the police. Unlike President Obama who attacked the police, our current president honors them. In a fitting tribute to fallen officers, he brought some of the family members on stage to pay homage to their relatives.
In meeting his pledge to make America safe again, he is invoking the Insurrection Act in order to round up illegal aliens and remove them from the country. In meeting his pledge to make America prosperous again, President Donald Trump has cut taxes to spur the economy and has engaged in the most massive deregulation campaign in America's history.
President Trump is making America great again. He needs you to defeat the Progressive Socialist Democrats who are obstructing his America first agenda. He needs you to elect him and his Conservative allies to put the U.S. Constitution back into play so that good Hoosiers can again chart their own future.
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