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What is going to happen next?




As you readers know by now, I write things as I see them, and I certainly don’t expect everyone who reads it to agree with me, but we do have the freedom of the press, religion, and the right to bear arms. In this case I suppose you could say my pen is my armament. Besides, if everyone agreed with what I write, it would take all the fun out of it.

I guess it is like a soap opera. People wonder what is going to happen next.

I hope everyone with a desire to vote got out and voted. If you don’t vote, don’t grumble and complain about the outcome.

I noticed in the newspaper where gay rights and same sex marriage are a hot item on the ballot in some states this election. I didn’t believe what I had just read so I hunted another pair of reading glasses and read it again. Because of my diabetes my eyesight keeps changing, so I keep a good supply of glasses. When I read it again I came with the same thing.

Seems as though we have a bunch of idiots serving as representatives. First of all, there is no such thing as same sex marriage. A marriage is a holy union made up of one man and one woman. God told Adam and Eve to go forth and multiply. He made Eve as a helpmate for Adam and not for Mollie, Sue, Tabatha or any other woman. He didn’t create Adam for John, Joe, Sam or any other man. But He did destroy Sodom and Gomorra for just such transgressions. In the Good Book it says He that layeth with one of his own kind is an abomination. There is no way two of the same sex can multiply. I realize not everyone reads the Bible, much less tries to understand it.

Now let’s talk just a little bit about our judicial system. I for one don’t agree with so much plea bargaining just to save the state the cost of a trial. I think most of the plea bargaining should be done away with and let a jury decide the penalty. I realize that our courts are overloaded and that an accused has a right to a speedy trial. I suppose speedy could very well depend on the court docket.

I also think too many sentences are allowed to run concurrently instead of consecutively. What is the point of sentences for more than one crime if they are to run concurrently (at the same time)?

As for inhumane treatment in putting someone to death, I doubt very seriously if the victims got any consideration as to whether the way they died was humane or otherwise. So why give the guilty party the benefit of the doubt?

Many of the victims were simply dumped into a body of water or beside the road, burned, or dumped over an embankment somewhere. They had no say as to how they would be killed or disposed of.

Well, that’s all from the funny farm till next time.


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