If the leaders of our country were Godly people, they would be doing and saying what they could to unite us as a nation. Instead, they condone agitators whose sole purpose is to create violence, hostility and hatred.
Many of them should be in jail themselves for their own misdeeds. Most of the protesters do not represent the majority of the people, even though there may be a lot of them.
These are people who hate their own lives and need to be angry at someone. They are not working. Otherwise, how would they have all this time to be out in the streets? Their hatred is for the government who helped create this monster.
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Blaming everyone, including the police and our system of justice, is an excuse for them to burn, rob, loot and make use of their idle time. Decent people are working, helping others, praying and going to church, if they are able.
This country is not perfect. It never was and never will be. But it is still the greatest country in the world and we should make no apologies for that. Why else would so many risk their lives to come here?
All this goes back to poor leadership. Our country is broke and along comes the media and a few people with big mouths and a microphone who incite people to riot. What do they expect to gain from burning and destroying their own cities? We need unitors, not agitators in our executive branch of government.
Socialism does not work. The government has no money of its own. Government uses the people's money. The only people who benefit from socialism or communism are the people at the top. Capitalism is what made this country great because everyone had ownership in it.
As a nation, we have enemies who want to destroy us. Sadly, many of them are living among us. But, we (all races and religions) need to unite and stand together. By fighting among ourselves, we only hurt ourselves as a nation. Love one another, be kind, give and protect each other no matter what race, nationality or religion of your fellowman. Make your life count for something good. Think of everyone as a fellow-human being in the journey of life. God bless America!
Dorothy J. Feldman