Saturday, July 23, 2016

Tim Kaine's parish

In his acceptance speech to be Hillary Clinton's viceroy, Sen. Tim Kaine mentioned his Jesuit schooling and membership at St. Elizabeth's Parish in Richmond, Virginia. Below is a recent screenshot from the parish Facebook:


(I blacked-out the names and icons of the commentators for privacy reasons.) If you read the first two comments to this imprimatur, I feel your pain. The Bergoglio ticket is now complete (with a fluent-Spanish speaker).

Under a Clinton-Kaine reign, expect to see the following within the first hundred days:
  • The virtual repeal of the First, Second, Ninth, and Tenth Amendments;
  • A pathway to legalization for anyone who entered the United States of America illegally;
  • The criminalization of private schools;
  • A Federal tax on almost everything;
  • 30-something-year-old feminists with no practical or judicial experience nominated to  the Supreme Court and throughout the Federal Judiciary;
  • and most importantly to my readers, THE CRIMINALIZATION OF THE TRIDENTINE LATIN MASS AND SACRAMENTS. 
I'm not kidding! 

Liberals and moderates have dismissed Donald Trump's nomination speech as too negative and dark. BUT THESE ARE DARK TIMES! America is in it's most dangerous time period since the Civil War. At this point, IF TRUMP WINS, THEN TRUMP WINS. This is not an endorsement, but I would expect whichever party who controls Congress next term to impeach and remove anyone who violates the Constitution. If The Donald misbehaves in the Oval Office or the Lincoln Bedroom, then I would prefer Mike Pence to step-in over Tim Kaine.

If Trump looses, then it will be the fault of Reince Priebus for allowing the debates to become entertainment. It will partially be the fault of Ted Cruz, who in my opinion should have not quit after Indiana and stayed until he was mathematically eliminated. If Trump didn't get his 1237 votes at the convention, then Cruz would have been the nominee, and we would have a chance. 

It is very ironic that the Democrats are holding their convention in Philadelphia, the place where the First and Second Continental Congresses met, and the Declaration of Independence written. Today's (D) party is not your grandfather's; they simply have no allegiance to the United States

If Trump wins and you really don't like it here, you have the right to leave. The United States does not force people to stay here if they don't want to live here. If you want to move to Canada with all the Hollywood celebrities, fine. But someone like me will be executed if I try to escape to the United Kingdom.