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Reader Opinion: Can America survive?

"And they bend their tongues like a bow for lies: but they are not valiant for the truth upon the earth; for they proceed from evil to evil, and they know not Me, saith the Lord." Jer. 9:3...

"And they bend their tongues like a bow for lies: but they are not valiant for the truth upon the earth; for they proceed from evil to evil, and they know not Me, saith the Lord." Jer. 9:3

If you think you know Hillary, or the Clintons, or the Democrat Party, get ready to get your world rocked by the movie "Hillary's America."

So, I'm going to try a couple of ways to convince everyone to watch this movie. First I'll try reverse physiology, please, don't watch this movie, you'll never be the same, really, if you're comfortable in your little box, stay there and don't let your world be shaken, besides, facts are dangerous!

Or another challenge, if you have an open mind that's like a vacuum cleaner for facts, this movie is for you! Or, how about, you can't see this movie because "you can't handle the truth!"

Finally, if you're an American who is interested and concerned about who should, or could, take the reins of government in November to shape this country for four years, and judge choose beyond, for our children, I beg you to watch this movie.

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My final thought on this election, if you don't like how Obama has gutted this this country, elect Hillary and you'll elect Obama's minion!

Pray, vote, pray for Nov. 8. God bless and help America, it sure needs it! Amen.

Stephen L. Heinecke

Baxter

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