April 30,2007 National Day of Prayer this week
Made me think
of the parable of the early workers who begrudged the latecomers their
wage. Grumbling ensued and I quietly placed my item on the shelf and
left the store. I dont need anything that bad.
Tomorrow is the National Day of Prayer and one thing I will be praying for is civility to return to the vocabulary of our nation.
Speaking of politicians on stage, we just finished watching the Republican "debates" tonight, which they were not. In a question and answer forum such as this, there really is no repartee at all. As much as I admire the man, I thought McCain looked and sounded like McCain and that was no boon in the context of the "Great Communicator"'s library. Giuliani waffled on abortion, Romney seemed calculating and overprepped. Congressman Paul had distinctive ideas, which set him apart and at the same time may make him unelectable. I thought he was a Libertarian, not a Republican???
Fred Thompson seems to be causing more buzz, and from the lack of charisma evident tonight, I can see why. Looks like we are in for a long ride to November '08...
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