Where is the Line?

Krayton Kerns
Monday, August 6, 2018
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There was a time when folks with opposing political beliefs could still be friends, but it appears those days have passed.  Leftists have labeled President Trump and anyone with whom they disagree as fascist, sexist, bigoted homophobes deserving of violent rebuke.  From the Texas teenager assaulted in a Whataburger for wearing a Make America Great Again hat to the vandal who destroyed Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood walk of fame to Whoopi Goldberg’s profanity-laced attack on her guest, Judge Jeanine Pirro, the left has become completely unhinged.  It will get worse.

Saul Alinsky teaches followers to attack the enemy and intensify the assault at the first sign of retreat.  More than victory, socialist aggressors yearn to destroy their opponent to discourage them or anyone else from ever raising an opinion contrary to the teachings of the ruling class. Antifa and the Ku Klux Klan represent the militant wing of the Democrat party and differ only in the color of their hoods and the target of their attack.   

Look at the flag around which today’s Democrat party has chosen to rally.  The idea one’s sex is a choice.  The right for old men to share a locker room with little girls.  Acceptance of every sexual deviation as an alternative lifestyle.  Because there is no line over which they will not cross, nothing too extreme, the masses are being prepped to accept sexual intimacy between adults and children as normal and healthy if it is consensual.  What has happened to common decency?  This brings me to my point.

Across fly-over country and among clients for whom I have preg-checked cows are Christian, conservative Democrats who live their lives and share the same values as do I.  Answer me this:  Is there a line over which you will not cross?  Will you eventually vote in a manner consistent with how you live?  November 2018 is the election which will determine whether America continues its path to being great again or flips and plunges into decadence and decay.  Do not let the evil one lead you astray

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