In the last election we had a very clear choice even though both confessed Christianity. One believed in the life of the unborn, and the other said a mistake could be terminated. One identified with Abraham and the other was more identifiable with Ishmael, though he denied it often at first. One did not verbally condemn homosexuality, but the other condemned those who did not entitle them. One had testimonies of what Christ had done for him; the other made sure that all religious symbols were covered or removed when he spoke at such facilities. One had Christ in his heart, while the other had Christ in his earlier speeches. One, although having the attributes of Christ, was labeled “of a cult,” yet the other, giving Christ an honorable mention for a few brief months, earning himself the title of “Savior” in some newfangled salvation saving no one ... and the people chose.
We have been living with this choice waiting for the next opportunity to make a better one, yet the two front runners are quite unbelievable. This is truly our “just desserts” to have a choice between a criminal and a Trump-et that blows his own horn ... off key ... to the tune of “I’m a Yankee Doodle Dandy.” “We the people” better get to our knees in prayer!
Rebecca O’Connor, Du Quoin