“Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it Almighty God! I know not what course others may take: but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!” (Amen!) Mr. Patrick Henry’s speech to the 2nd Continental Congress of the United States of America 244 years ago.  Please, God help us. Pray for America.

How much longer are we Americans, the silent majority, going to put-up with the DNC, their citizens, teachers, etc., that we hired (elected) to represent us at local, state and federal positions, huh? Sadly, we’ve helped them to make generations of H.S. graduates “PC”, dumbed-down, stupid and illiterate of our God, family and country. Enough is enough. We’re all free to leave.

I’m sure of four things Democrats have accomplished, sadly with the help of most of us. 

1. They kept abortion, (killing 4,000 babies daily) alive and well.

2. Removed KJV laws, God, etc., from our government, public schools, businesses, churches, etc. 

3.  Complain, show great anger, turmoil, chaos and stress for being offended. 

4.  Americans tacitly acquiesced our beliefs, faith in God, etc., to no right or wrong, good or bad, no borders, electoral college, voter ID, etc.

Sure isn’t what I want for America, is it you?  We’ve just experienced God’s wrath - COVID-19 virus.  

“Make America great again,”- President Trump. Vote, act and pray for America. Thank you. God bless America.

Wells Sommer


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