We can only hope that more people will stand up against a childish bully who acts like a bratty out of control third grader. Ignorance knows no honor. Hate know no honor. Ignorance and hate has no place in our government – and neither does the man who prides himself on spreading such hate, with excuses that his pea brained feelings were hurt. This is a well thought out and interesting post. Thanks you S&R.
As honor dwindles, so does hope.
Is hope a descendant of honor?
If if is, perhaps a little hope can be derived from recent statements of members of Congress in response to the lunacy of the GOP candidate for president. Donald “I am your voice” Trump has rashly criticized two Americans who lost their son to combat in a foreign land. Trump did this, apparently, because Khizr and Ghazala Khan are Muslim Americans from Pakistan.
Some Republican members of Congress have repudiated Trump’s remarks.
From Sen. John McCain of Arizona: “While our party has bestowed upon him the nomination, it is not accompanied by unfettered license to defame those who are the best among us.”
From Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire, who is seeking re-election: “I am appalled that Donald Trump would disparage [the Khans] and that he had the gall to compare his own sacrifices to…
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