I just watched a video showing the aftermath of murders in Nice, France. Then I heard our president telling us the world has never been safer. Is he kidding or does he think we believe this fallacy? Without listing the murders, this last month does NOT corroborate the president. Then I see him holding the hand of the person he wants to succeed him.
Seven and one half years later, more than 3,500 died in Chicago from guns, most of them black on black. Where is the outcry in these cases? All we hear is the white on black atrocities if you want to call them that. As a free nation, how much more can we stand and still be free? Maybe 500 percent more Syrians would ensure our freedom. After all, Germany just suffered from a terror attack. Their president allowed Syrians in by the thousands and they're reaping the consequences. If 99 out of a hundred mean us no harm, that one alone could wreak havoc upon this nation. The Bible is great in telling us to see to those in need but it also tells us we need to think before we leap.
To sum up we've been voters of feelings this generation. I pray we become voters who weigh the two candidates and choose the one that will best protect us and that's what we need today. A president that will keep us safe from harm.
On Tuesday, Sept. 11, the Delta County Board of Commissioners called a special meeting to consider the board's response to the Bureau of Land Management's preliminary Environmental Assessment (EA) concerning the lease parcels proposed for the December BLM sale.
Several people from the North Fork were present to provide input.