Video: Good Patriots Preach Love in Aberdeen

On a night when a rookie President with failing poll numbers decided it was time to start killing Syrians with cruise missiles, and when some Aberdonians gathered for a tawdry presentation of lies and misplaced fears about Muslims, some of my neighbors gathered on the street to broadcast a more positive message to hundreds of passing motorists. Here’s a quick video sample of what one could see and hear at 6th and Lamont here in Aberdeen tonight:

These are my kind of neighbors… and my kind of Americans: full of love, full of hope, and full of confidence that America is big enough for all of us.


4 Responses to Video: Good Patriots Preach Love in Aberdeen

  1. Roger Cornelius

    These young people are truly amazing and should be commended for their bravery in standing up to a bunch of paranoid bullies.
    Trump is not even into a hundred days of his presidency and has already achieved his morbid goal of attacking somebody, anybody. His trigger finger has been itching since he was sworn in.
    The White House contends they informed Putin of the airstrikes but did not report Putin’s reaction. Whether or not Putin gave his blessings, Tillerson is planning to remove Aasad.

  2. Roger, Trump needs to visit with the people in the videos above. He needs to adopt their values.

  3. In light of the bombings last night that were inspired by the plight of the Syrians. I’ll leave this here for our good Catholic friends Lee and Troy. They can forward it on to their fellow pious Catholic friends, including Senator Rounds and Governor Daugaard.

    I do realize that they worship a partisan god, but really…

    http://www.catholicnews.com/services/englishnews/2016/christians-who-reject-all-refugees-are-hypocrites-pope-says.cfm

    “It’s hypocrisy to call yourself a Christian and chase away a refugee or someone seeking help, someone who is hungry or thirsty, toss out someone who is in need of my help,” he said. “If I say I am Christian, but do these things, I’m a hypocrite.”

  4. Speaking of hypocrisy, I would love to hear how Senators Rounds and Thune and Representative Noem voted or stood when President Obama came to Congress to authorize military action after the chemical attack in 2013. Or when Obama went to Congress to authorize military action against ISIS in 2015.

    You don’t suppose it was they didn’t want to support anything associated with Obama do you? I mean…really…?

    News flash! Hypocrisy is a sin.

    https://www.gotquestions.org/Bible-hypocrisy.html