I woke up determined to be cheerful.
It’s a great goal, and I’m still workin’ on it.
However, I checked on the news. One whiff was enough to derail.
Yep. It’s too obvious.
Of course we always knew they hated us and we always knew why, but for some reason, they are feeling super-empowered lately. Heh, heh. Probably because so many, even on the inside, are taking pot-shots at the U.S., that it appears ripe for a take-over and they think they will end up on top.
And I’m still working on the cheerfulness. Sighs.
It all began when a Christian family in Germany wanted asylum here after being harangued, harassed, punished, etc., for home schooling their children in Germany.
Oh, yeh, they were sort of breaking the law. So was Anne Frank. So was Schindler. So was Corrie ten Boom. So were Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, et al. Anyway, the German family got all the way over here, seeking and receiving asylum, when someone APPEALED it.
Can you imagine? Any druggy who crosses over can live here illegally all he wants, but these people trying to do things right are getting an awful run around. Our government SO does not want them here, that they have bent and rearranged our laws — and it could be, and has been, argued: our Constitution — to the point they have struck a blow at home schooling, itself, just to keep them out.
And it doesn’t end there. Either they are maliciously attacking “we the people” or else they are too unknowledgeable to realize: their wording also attacks private schools. We’re all in this handbasket together, friends, and where do you think we are going?
I am grieved. Okay. I’m not cheerful.
I read a cute saying on Facebook not long ago about women being crazy because men are stupid. Not nice things to say, true. But when the Supreme Court takes on about a million home schooling moms . . . ? Not to mention private schooling families? And the entire issue of education is supposed to belong to the States? Huh.
I’d laugh, but . . . I think I’m about to be expelled.