The last few months have been stressful and frustrating as a conservative American. Actually, the previous three years have been challenging for anyone who loves this country and is angered by Joe Biden. He and the Democrats continue to make bad decisions that are turning every aspect of American Life to mush. Whether the economy, division, foreign policy debacles, or the utter destruction of our sovereignty, no component of American life is better than three years ago. I have been writing articles daily documenting my assessment of our country’s direction for the last 1,100 days. Being constantly tuned into the news cycle can be a blessing and a curse. It is my choice, and I am not looking for sympathy, but Saturday night was a relief from the tedium.
We gathered eight friends, and the ten of us enjoyed a wonderful dinner and a night of live music. We went to the Casino Ballroom on Hampton Beach, an iconic entertainment venue, and took a step back in time. We listened to the tight sounds of Voyage, a Journey cover band that had the packed house singing and dancing for a couple of hours. The night was a much-needed respite, letting us forget the reality of life for a few hours. The beat of the drums and the lively licks on the lead guitar replaced the sights and sounds of artillery shells hitting their targets in Gaza and the drone of Joe Biden telling us how much more of our money he needs to give to Ukraine, Israel, or Gaza. The excitement and friendship of the night were a welcome break from the sad story perpetrated on the American people by the Biden Administration.
I shake my head in disbelief at the 20% of the population who think we are in a better place today than three years ago. Ignorance or blind faith? You tell me what these people are thinking. They certainly are not living in reality. Ask the majority of people, and they will give you their reasons why this train is on the wrong track. The reasons are endless and discouraging. How can we take power and prosperity and turn it so quickly into soured milk? That is Joe Biden’s singular accomplishment and why his legacy will be of a failed political life and Presidency.
So we took a break on Saturday night. It’s ironic the band was covering the music of Journey, for that is what we are sharing. Looking out on the filled room and watching the unbridled enthusiasm was refreshing and exhilarating. The beat of the music and singing of the crowd was recharging, but then my mind drifted back to a similar scene a couple of weeks ago, halfway around the world. Those hundreds gathered to relax and enjoy the music as one had no idea that evil beings were lurking who wanted them all dead. How can harmony and pure evil coexist? It cannot, and that is why good people must finally turn the table and eradicate those who have no place in their hearts for love as they are filled with anger and hate. Hopefully, the thousands around the world who are protesting for the side of evil will be enlightened. We must show them they are wrong. That is our mission. That is our journey. Saturday night, we had music. Sunday morning, we returned to reality.
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