To Mr. Eric Holder

Mr. Holder

I just want you to know that I am not a racist. I couldn’t care less what color your skin is, but I do care about my country, and I love and support our Constitution, and I hate what you and your cronies are doing to it, and to our country. You more than anyone should support the rule of law, but you seem to be more interested in destroying and denigrating those who wish to live by it, and your refusal to uphold the law, and to properly investigate issues such as the IRS and VA scandals among others is reprehensible, and in my view traitorous. I’m not politically correct, and I don’t couch my meaning in a lot of political doublespeak and mumbojumbo. I just call it as I see it. To me, Sir, it is hard to see you posing in front of our flag but when I really look at it I can’t help but feel that’s it appropriate. Your back is to the flag, Sir, in the picture, and I think it’s very representative of what you’ve done concerning our country. You’ve turned your back upon it, and all U.S. citizens, and when I think of how God has blessed this country, and all our citizens in affording us such tremendous opportunities I’m sickened to see so many who have prospered under it to treat it with so much utter contempt. In truth, Sir, it’s not the country, the U.S.A. that is the most important thing here. Our country has been used as a tool for great good for a long time and will continue to be so used so long as God deems it so, but no one should make the mistake of thinking that the blessings we’ve received have come from anything other than the hand of God. In fairness to you, Sir, I think the same thing can be said of you in that you have been used as a tool as well as have all leaders to bring judgement upon a people who will no longer live as our loving, almighty God would have us to. As a country, I concede, that we deserve you, but that doesn’t make me feel any better. The thing that does make me feel better is in knowing that we all, including you and me, will have to deal with the consequences of our actions. For now, I may have to.live with your insufferable arrogance, and total disregard for the rule of law, but thankfully your term in office won’t last forever. Even with your lack of leadership in this country, that’s still something I can be thankful for.

Wayne Augden

Having My Say

     There are times when you just have to stand up, and say what you have to say.  If you don’t know by my tone, I’ll tell you I’m angry, and I know I’m taking a risk writing when I’m feeling the way I am, but I’m going to write it anyway.  There are a lot of things I don’t like about the country I live in at the moment, but it has more to do with those in leadership positions than it does the country itself.  I watch the news, and the question I ask most often is what the hell is going on in our country?  This is a rhetorical question for the most part because it’s my feeling that anyone with eyes, and a sense of truth can see what’s going on.  How much do the people of this country have to endure from our present leaders before we’ll stand up and do something about it?  In my 52 years, I’ve never seen so much chaos in this country, so much lawlessness, on every level, and the worst of it at the very top.  What are we becoming that we as a people are so willing to put up with all the garbage we’ve been getting?  What’s worse is the people who are trying to stop all this are the ones who are being targeted, marginalized, and shouted down.

 

     Does anyone think even for a minute that President Obama and his administration haven’t lied to the American people over and over again?  He said he would have the most transparent administration in history.  Where is it?  How many scandals have there been?  You can’t operate a government, and it certainly can’t do the country’s business when it’s always embroiled in some sort of controversy.  Benghazi, the IRS targeting scandal, the Veterans Administration scandal, and how many others.  What we’ve done to our Veterans, and military personnel in this country is shameful, and the latest outrage is actually firing military personnel while they’re still in danger in the field.  Are you kidding me?  Why would you want to do that to people who have laid everything on the line for our country?  And what about our southern border?   Our President and our government has done nothing to address this problem, and why should they when it’s their policies and lack there of that have created this monumental problem in the first place. 

 

    Where is our media in this country?  The media aren’t supposed to be partisan in their reporting, nor are they just supposed to make up the news to fit their own narrative.  The media’s role in this country is to be the watchdogs, to inform the public of what is really going on, in our country.  They are not supposed to be the lap dogs of the government, nor anyone’s administration.  

 

     I’ve heard it said that America is in decline, and it is, but I disagree with those people who say that it’s too late for America.  The only thing wrong with America is that we’ve had too much poor leadership, and too many people who think that throwing money at problems is the only way to solve them.  I contend that the only thing wrong with this country is our failure to put God first.

 

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Touching base.

Hi Everybody. I know I’ve been a no-show around here for a while, but I’ve been going to college. I’m working toward my Masters in Christian Counseling, and I’m afraid my free time has been all but taken up by my classes. I’m really enjoying going to school. Keeping busy helps me to keep my focus on something besides the pain I have to endure, and I figure if I have to endure suffering then I may as well use it to help as many people as I can through. I’m looking forward to the Christmas break, and I’m going to try to catch up with you all, and see what you’ve been doing. I want to give a shout out to Lyn Leahz, and congratulate her on her new book. I miss you guys, and think of you often. May God bless and keep you, and I pray you have a wonderful, happy, and very Merry Christmas.

Love to all,
Wayne.