The good ol’ days
Most of us can remember the good ol’ days, not all that long ago, when an actor was elected president of the United States. He may have been acting but, caring about his country more than anything else, he managed to balance the budget and start chipping away at the national debt, that money which the government owes to the people of this country.
The good ol’ days — “Ronnie” Reagan was the President; Johnny Cash sang music that so many of us loved; and Bob Hope made us all laugh and love the country that we live in.
The good ol’ days we had Reagan, and Cash, and Hope.
Now it’s a half century later, and the first black man has been elected President of the United States.
He may be a black man but, caring about himself more than anything else, he has managed to drive the budget to unsustainable levels and bring the national debt to a level that can never be repaid to the people of this country.
I remember the good ol’ days, just a half century ago, when we had Reagan, and cash, and hope. That’s all gone.
Now, the popular saying goes, we have Obama; and no cash; and no hope.
In November, vote wisely.
Love your neighbors; help them do the same.
We can’t bring back the good ol’ days, or Reagan, but maybe we can bring back God to this country.
And cash. And hope!
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