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Destruction would be worse

Today, Michael Moore summed it up on “Meet The Press” when he said many Americans support Trump because they view him as a human Molotov cocktail who will blow the establishment which has made their lives so miserable, out of the frying pan of life.

When Moore’s enemy Glenn Beck agreed, this had to be a good description of what is happening in America. Just keep in mind that the nearest destination outside of the frying pan is the fire, which is even worse.

Be careful of what you wish for. You might get your wish.

Allan deLaubenfels

Spokane Valley


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