And So It Begins

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I do not know whether this is the beginning of the Age of Sanity, but it seems to me the sure beginning of the Age of Fun: years during which we will see a handful of brave man battling for the return of said sanity. 

Take Jeff Sessions, the new (to the Dems wishing the Senate will stop him: keep dreaming…)  Attorney General.

This is no Santorum guy, who bends his words everytime it is convenient to get some great prize.  This one has the guts to repeat, in front of the very people who must decide whether he is fit for the office, his brutal words concerning Roe vs Wade. Words so brutal, in fact, that they have been picked by his very enemies to try to (in their view) discredit him. 

It is good to have an Attorney General like Mr Sessions. The Attorney General is at the head of the law enforcement system, which in the ends puts him in the driving seat if he wants to push serious investigations against, say, Hillary Clinton, Planned Parenthood. He is also the chief lawyer of the US Government, representing it in front of the Supreme Court, again putting him in an influential position  by any attempt to dismantle Roe vs Wade.

As you can expect, a massive smear campaign against the man has already started; fuelled by the party of the Jim Crow Laws and Senator Robert Byrd, Ku Klux Klan member kept in the Senate by the Dems for decades.

The problem with such smear campaign is that they have become so trite, so obvious, so predictable thatthey constitute no more than background noise in today’s political debate. Actually, I would be suspicious of any major Trump aid not called “raciss”, or some other such like slur, by the Democrats.

I am fully confident that Jeff Sessions will be the next Attorney General, and an excellent one at that.

The Age of Fun is about to begin.

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Posted on January 11, 2017, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. It is wonderful and rare to hear a government official speak what he believes about Roe vs Wade in clear, uncompromising terms. God Bless Senator Sessions. And God Bless Donald Trump for picking him as Attorney General.

  2. I voted for Trump and on election day I prayed a lot for his victory. I am so glad that Hillary did not win because I feared she would commit more murders funded by public money and would persecute conservatives who do not go along with her communism. Not just conservative Catholics, but also mormons, evangelicals, libertarians, global warming skeptics, and anyone else who is not a communist.

  3. Fun indeed!

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