Wednesday, February 17, 2010

The Lenten Season

Talked to a friend today who told me she was giving up saying bad things about Obama, but doesn't know how a conversation about politics can be complete without one single word about him.

I guess there's a new book out which isn't too flattering about Bill Clinton and he used bad words to describe his opposition. All of which actually are perfect adjectives describing his sexual harassment of women who worked for him. That has to be the lowest form of a power play ever.

And as for the President talking about generating trust between the administration and both sides and houses of Congress, it boggles the mind that he can continue to give speech after speech telling lie after lie and talk about trust. We thought the Clintons were pathological liars, but they weren't even in the race.

After seeing how China pollutes the ground waters and air in their own country and doesn't even make a pretense of improving the numbers, how can the rest of the world seriously think it will do them any good at all to work toward lofty goals.

This kind of reminds me of when the kids were young and most of my friends and I always told our own that if they couldn't say anything good about someone they shouldn't say anything at all. It just seems to get tougher and tougher with a certain element of society.

Prayer must be the answer--
God bless.........

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