I see my buddy (William Q. Brunson) from New York City (Hillary country) is at it again.
I hope, someday, he might realize that it's always better to wait to say something until you know the truth then to open your mouth and be wrong.
Matthew 12:34-37 says much, but for those who won't look these verses up, it says in part, "you must give an account on judgment day of every idle word you speak. The words you say now reflect your fate then; either you will be justified by them or you will be condemned." Then Matthew 15:11 says, "You are not defiled by what you eat; you are defiled by what you say and do."
If you want to know the truth, you need to start paying attention to what people like Mr. Buchanan says and not what Obama/Hillary people say.
You have a lot of nerve to condemn "D" "T" for golfing. Where would you have him live, and how much "rent" would you have him pay to live in the White House? He owns nicer homes in New York City and Palm Beach. I know another person who lived in the White House for eight years and golfed while doing little to help our country. At least "D" "T" is working when he is golfing.
I have been waiting for the perfect time to write the following. My buddy's letter gives me that chance now. I wonder, way too much, how people like my buddy can see a supposed fault in one person but can't see that supposed fault in themselves or in the people they idolize.
Hypocrite just isn't good enough for them. I wondered and wondered what word could correctly describe them. I finally came up with it. That word is "supercrite." Now I know that you don't know that word because I made it up. The definition is "a hypocrite on steroids"!
Need I say more? Yes I do! Before you talk about someone, first find out if your thinking is wrong. Lightning won't strike and you won't die if you change your mind.
JACQUELINE K. HUGHES