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If Trump’s the Nominee I’m Withholding My Vote

By: Susan Bea Good I worked hard for Mitt Romney in 2012. When he lost and the stats came out that millions of Evangelicals withheld their votes from the Republican candidate I reacted with a blog entitled, “Withheld Votes.” Later I … Continue reading

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Trump: the Definition of Corruption

By: Susan Bea Good Trump supporters claim their man is “above the politics,” while in fact he is a prime example of a main cause of corruption in the American system of government. The billionaire Trump’s personal money trail meanders … Continue reading

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Trump’s Towering Leads End Tonight

By: Susan Bea Good I’m delighted to report that Mr.”Me First” was dead last to be offered a question tonight at the sixth Republican Presidential Debate in Columbia, South Carolina. All of the other candidates were presented with substantive opportunities … Continue reading

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The Third Republican Debate and More Important Things

By: Susan Bea Good I had planned to watch every minute of the third GOP debate last night, until I learned that Maria needed a ride to prayer meeting. She’s my “undocumented” friend who speaks only Spanish, has no transportation … Continue reading

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We Need a Divergent Leader

By: Susan Bea Good 4-7-15 This afternoon I took my daughter and niece to see the movie “Insurgent.” The characters reminded me of many of the Republican candidates for the 2016 presidential race. This Sunday “Erudite”* Ben Carson’s Facebook page … Continue reading

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Say That Again…

By: Susan Bea Good Mika Brezinski’s mouth dropped and her eyes opened wide as Jon Meacham, a guest today on the “Morning Joe,” educated her on the historical precedent for one side of Congress blocking legislation. For thirty years the … Continue reading

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