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Letter to the editor: Was Trump divine intervention?

We came together as a nation only after a ragtag militia made up of farmers, shopkeepers and the like defeated the greatest standing army in the world at the time. And men the likes of Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Franklin and Adams, et al. were brought together at the same time in history to proclaim freedom and liberty for all. Was this divine intervention?

God has blessed America like no nation ever. Yet, there are those in power who hate everything about America. They say we are a racist nation, want to erase our nation’s history, do not believe America is an exceptional nation, want God out of our lives, and think rugged individualism is dead and that government must be the purveyor of everything to everyone.

Enter Donald Trump. No way he could be nominated as a presidential candidate. What were the odds he could win the presidency? His detractors proclaimed his candidacy a joke. A simple know-nothing political novice up against the powerful Clinton political machine — impossible, it will not happen. But it did. Was it divine intervention?

God will continue to bless America if we respect and obey his laws and 5,000 years of human tradition. We must end abortion, and those who represent us at all levels of government must not be guided by greed and an insatiable lust for power.

Rudolph Puchan


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