Thought for Today (1/21/2017)

Watching news from yesterday and I see criminals destroying private property, attacking children, and even a NBC employee verbally attacking the President’s 10 year old son.

The first was video of vandals disguised as demonstrators breaking out the windows of a Starbucks and Bank of America.  I found this humorous because both of these entities donated large sums of money to the Clinton campaign.

The second was a pro-abortion adult male using a stick to knock a sign out of the hands of a small boy who was pro-life.  The pro-abortion protestors then threw eggs at the sign and stomped on it while chanting “free abortions”.  On this one, I have a couple contentions.  One being when an adult male knocks a sign out of a child’s hands, that is bullying.  The other contention is unless the government mandates who and when a person can have sex with, we the tax payers should not be burdened with paying for someone else’s lack of responsibility.  If an unwanted pregnancy exists, the two parties that created the pregnancy are the one’s responsible for paying to kill the unborn child.

The third incident is Katie Rich, an employee of NBC who posted on her twitter account that the President’s ten year old son would be the first home school shooter.  NBC must be very proud to be the employer of the first person to attack the President’s child during this administration.  When Obama was still President, the liberals demanded that his children were off limits for mocking (like when his oldest child was photographed at a party smoking dope).

This says a lot about the political party that decries that they need to be tolerated does it not when they are not tolerant themselves.

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