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A comedy stunt by comedienne Kathy Griffin brought out a point worth sharing. Many people, including myself, did not like the supposed humor in a skit using what was supposedly the severed head of Donald Trunp. And this is in spite of some of the supposed humor aimed at us.
I also could not stomach the fact that Donald Trump invited Ted Nugent to the White House after a performance which included a suggestion that Barak Obama be shot and Hillary Clinton be hanged. If President Trump is worried about the trauma his son might suffer from the sight of a supposedly severed head, does he have any appreciation of what President Obama’s daughters endured seeing images of their father being lynched or burned?
We simply cannot afford to stoop to the level of stupid people. Taking the “high road” has its advantages. The people at Seekers’ Temple set an example for us, and we will do well to follow,