Speak Out: Speak Out 1/3/19

Posted by David Schaefer on Thu, Jan 3, 2019, at 7:43 AM:

Social media living

It's sad that you have to use Facebook to celebrate your family traditions instead of celebrating with your family. It's sad you have to use Twitter to celebrate your child's accomplishments instead of celebrating with your child. The real world is passing you by while you focus on creating an unnecessary story that no one asked to hear.

War withdrawal

After spending 17 years in Afghanistan and seven in Syria, you have to be pretty dense to term our troop withdrawal as "arbitrary". But President Trump has forced Democrats to use their hypocrisy to become pro-war.

Ballfields donation

A recent headline proclaimed 'Baseball league donation to fund ballfields at Brookside Park'. That amount might pay for some dirt and a few blades of grass the way our city leaders spend money. Remember these are the same people who spent nearly $300,000 on a single park bathroom.

Fund wall

Is there anyone in the House of Representatives or the U.S. Senate that really cares about this country and its citizens? I don't think so. They are all on power trips, with their party politics. They should get off their backsides and do something about border security, build the wall. Most Americans want it. They gave Obama $9 billion for border security, and he wasted it. President Trump will at least have something to show for his $5 billion dollars, we will all be safer for it

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    Social media living: It's call bragging about your kids for their accomplishments - what's wrong with that. Sad for you if you don't have a social life to comment about.

    War withdrawal: Anything anti-Trump is what the Left believes in and forget about what's right for the country.

    Ballfields donation: Go ahead and use that $300,000 restroom and get your moneys worth. Any money donation big or small should be appreciated by those who use the ballfields.

    Fund wall: The anti-Wall folks are the same folks that gave the terrorist country of Iran $150 billion to pay for their signing a no good nuclear agreement....where did that money come from? Does anyone remember Congress approving it? No, I didn't think so. Those that say it was Iran's money doesn't know the whole story of why the money was taken back in the Carter hostage days.

    And that's the way it should be according to Schaefer's World....Thursday January 3, 2019.

    -- Posted by David Schaefer on Thu, Jan 3, 2019, at 8:08 AM

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