GOP Convention: A couple of thoughts from last night. Marco Rubio is a dynamic young man. We all know we will see more of him. I thought Clint Eastwood's best line was, "We Own This Country."
Two best Romney comments, in my opinion: "As president, I will protect the sanctity of life. I will honor the institution of marriage. I will guarantee America's first liberty: the freedom of religion."
"President Obama promised to begin to slow the rise of the oceans and heal the planet. MY promise...is to help you and your family."
As Hurricane Isaac bore down on the gulf coast this past week, bringing destruction and loss to those in its path, I couldn't help but notice a hurricane of a different kind attempting to bring destruction not only to the GOP Convention, but to the country as well.It was a hurricane of hate.
And it was driven by none other than the secular left progressives. That's right, the guys who are the "champions" of love, tolerance, inclusion and open-mindedness. And apparently, also of deceit.
The hurricane force spasms of hate directed, not only at a political party, but toward anyone who holds traditional, biblical values, were well above the category 1 of Isaac.
This cultural storm of hate toward virtue and faith and goodness is of far greater concern and consequence than any political convention...in my opinion.
Here are some of the hateful storm surge remarks that were thrown at the public during this past week.