By Andy Weddington
Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Keep the faith!
General Robert H. Barrow, U. S. Marine Corps, 27th Commandant of the Marine Corps
I've watched too many hours. Too many. And just walked away from the television to craft this short comment.
Wasted time, in some sense.
We're represented in Washington but not represented.
In politics, discovering truth is possible but improbable because no one earnestly wants to know (the truth).
Americans are busy. Most not having time nor patience to watch.
Cheap entertainment, however disheartening, would be randomly stopping pedestrians and querying as to what's going on.
Only for President Trump, the outsider who donates his salary back to America, has the (corrupt) deep state been exposed; there's panic, and should be.
Like discovering truth, possible but improbable.
So until November 2020, when the citizenry speaks, it's going to be annoyingly noisy.
This evening I hold faith in ...
General John Hyten, U. S. Air Force now America's Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (prior to, Commander, United States Strategic Command) - neighbors for 2 1/2 years and I drove him to and fro the airport a few times.
Admiral Charles "Chas" Richard, U. S. Navy now Commander, United States Strategic Command (as of Monday morning past) - neighbors for a year or so and he drove me (and wife) to the airport at an early hour on a bitter cold, snowy morning.
Intellectual giants the two. More importantly, leaders; perfectly posted. They're Orwell's "rough men" and for them, their duties, sleep comes easily to me. And ought (to) to you.
President Trump, Commander-in-Chief - not neighbors, ever, but I saw Air Force One at the airport, and recently was surprised by a gift of a few White House and Air Force One goodies.
Smart outsider staying the outsider. That's leadership.
Air Force One goodies
And, Americans - colors, sizes, shapes galore - who make neighborhoods and airports fascinating places.
Keep the faith! Sagest advice ever penned me; seeing me through cruising times, and times of pure hell. And will these encouraging albeit flighty times, too. Hear! Hear!