Here, the obligatory projection, Clinton as Trump, spiced w/ paranoid delusion (even got the gender right):“Any park ranger will tell you: don’t feed wildlife. The reason behind this is that they become dependent and will not forage for themselves any longer. A disturbing trend is affecting American wildlife. Animals that formerly were self-sufficient are now showing signs of belonging to the Democratic Party. They have apparently learned to just sit and wait for the government to step in and provide for their care and sustenance.” (The Unpopular Truth, March 14, 2012)
Isn’t this what Hillary and the Democratic Party are doing — continuing to make more and more people dependent by continuing to “feed them?”
Is "those with no idea who they are" some racial deal? Does she mean "White" people denied their heritage by liberal academics, female school teachers & chemtrails or whatever?I feel like I am in a science fiction movie where the masses (Democrats and those with no idea who they are) have been hypnotized and blindly march along, having all of their needs met by a mega-monster leader . . . until he unleashes them on some horrific task.
Folks, this is the most important election of our time — we must stop the pathway the Democrats/Socialists are leading us down.
Our grandchildren don’t stand a chance! Will working for a living become obsolete? Will the rest of us who have worked hard for our whole lives find our ability to hang onto what we have impossible?
Will we lose our basic freedoms like the Second Amendment, freedom of religion and freedom of speech?
So please don’t feed the animals. America deserves better. We all deserve better!
This opinion piece was contributed to The Ashland City Times by Lea Hudson, a Cheatham County Republican.
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