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Name: Doug
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Hometown: Tn
Home country: USA
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Member since: Fri May 18, 2018, 03:38 PM
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I crossed a bridge somewhere,,

I'm not sure when or where, I was one who got so angry with the one we do not name and the party who lets this imbecile do what he pleases with no regard for country. I have made posts in a blind rage that were probably not the best worded. My emotions took over the keyboard.
I find myself now reading same news, new "tantrums" "deals" "tweets" and I am no longer angry,,I have actually sat back and cried on days. I have crossed the bridge. I am just sad for this country.

I am older, I served our country, I have my beliefs. I also allow every other person in this world to have their beliefs. I think our country is losing, and I'll explain.

As I see it, we are in a generation/time frame of life where we only see history if it slaps us in the face. Planes to buildings, a President's brains on trunk of car. We have to be startled,disgusted,shocked, among other adjectives to pay attention. These examples are intentional, it's how long the people have been played.

But the provocateurs learned,, and now they are taking it from us quietly, the bridge I crossed is one of tired of every day same,but new outrageous comments,tweets,lies. "They"built this bridge, and now I realize it. How many people have crossed and don't realize it?

In my humble and somewhat older opinion,, we are living history now,, we will feel the slap in our face when it is too late. I am crossing back over the bridge and will search for another bridge. I will not go back to rage, I will find a bridge to fight for our country in a civil way, without raising my blood pressure.
I crossed "their" bridge of apathy, now I came back.

thanks for listening,
Koz

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