The GOP tried everything to beat the president. They spent $1.3 billion. That’s billion! Plus, some states cut early voting hours in half. And there were fewer voting machines in some states.
And guess what? Not one of those things happened in a state with a Democratic governor. Texas, Ohio, Florida, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania had long lines. And the people stayed in line, some for seven hours to vote. That’s crazy.
Like I said, in every state they had a Republican governor. Conspiracy? No. It’s a fact.
The GOP needs to change. No one says you can’t be pro-life; I respect you for that, but don’t try to shove your beliefs down everyone else’s throat. That’s your big mistake; you don’t like government telling you what to do, but you want to tell everyone else what to do.
The GOP has its beliefs; that’s fine. The Democrats have theirs; that’s fine. Just respect those beliefs. Don’t try to suppress people who don’t think like you; that’s not American.
You say you want your country back. Where’d it go? You mean this country back in the 1950s. That’s fine; the rich paid 90 percent in taxes.
The GOP has to accept the country has changed. This is the 21st century. You’ve got to change with it or there will not be another Republican president for the next 20 to 30 years.
Rodney A. Guessford
Woe to those who voted for things condemned by God
To the editor:
Thank the Lord that in America we do have the right to vote in the elections, to make our preferred choices to be known, which are based upon our own thoughts and hopeful expectations.
But, woe to the ones who voted for things that are so vividly condemned in the Word of God. The ones of us who have proven in our own lives that God says what He means, and means what He says about pouring His wrath out upon all ungodliness.
Cry out for mercy in saying “Father, forgive them for they know not what they do.” Lest we all forget: The laws of this country (or of this state) will not be our judge one day. The Word of God will be!