09 Sep

For more than a decade, America has opted to rely on our Federal Government for security.  Unfortunately, all of Washington is 'appointed' with the exception of offices of elected officials (Executive and Legislative) and over the past centuries, we've been at the mercy of those 'appointed' and their abuse of the power of their office.  In 2016 things changed and it's been "Hell Uphill" for President Donald J. Trump.  He promised to "Drain the Swamp" that was and is Washington, but all the success up until now, has been limited by personal political protection efforts on the part of many who are threatened.  We need a complete 'Makeover' in order to complete the purge.  Never would I have even considered that our FBI and Judicial branches would be part of the problem.  The past four years has revealed the rotten underbelly that is Washington and it disgusts me.  I have no idea as to what our President totally believes, but I am certain one very strong belief is to Make America "Godly" Again.  He has done more than any other person to sit in the chair in the Oval Office, including Ronald Reagan.  Progressive Politics has ruined our nation.  We must do everything possible to prevent America to be for sale.  I am concerned that deep pockets are attempting to buy the 2020 election.  I am violently opposed to Socialism!   I also know that God isn't happy with us when we place laws on our books that are abominations?    Through it all,  in The Holy Bible, John quotes Jesus Christ,  “Anyone who loves me will obey my teaching. My Father will love them, and we will come to them and make our home with them. (John 14:23)     Don't you see?  Don't you agree that total security is only IN JESUS?  However the 2020 election turns out, I believe God is still in charge and as a believer in Jesus, I am never alone.    How much safer could I be?  I choose to invite God and Jesus into my home, how about you?

And that's what I get from My Box of Chocolates right here in my little corner studio under the shadow of Kyle Field.


James G Austin, '69

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