I learned this morning that my governor (NH) is willing to do whatever it takes to keep me safe. I felt wonderful as I read about the actions he's put into place to protect me. But then I started thinking about the dangers he feels are worthy of his help and that feeling quickly evaporated. He'll look over me to keep the Chinese virus away but I'm on my own when it comes to non-Chinese viruses, drunk drivers, drug dealers, and various other dangers. At least the liquor stores are still open.
Autographed copy arrived today. Keep up the good fight for General Flynn.
It's just a block or two from the hotel where all of the media outlets set up their tents and temporary studios for their interviews and reporting on the primary so they can clearly see the magnitude of the Trump support. I'm sure most of the candidates will be down there today and this evening as well so they'll be able to see and experience it too. Keep that in mind as you watch the news this evening and tomorrow when they don't report on the level of support for Trump.
I had an appointment on Elm Street in Manchester, NH this morning. Once I was finished I drove down near the arena where Trump will hold his rally this evening. What a sight to behold. The street is already blocked off so I couldn't get in front of the arena but from where I was, I could see large lines of folks already lined up even though it's 37 degrees and raining.
I want to take a break from the insanity in Washington to honor two young Patriots who died in the line of duty during the last 8 days. Both young heroes attended Alvirne High School in Hudson, NH. Katherine "Katie" Thyne, 24, a police officer in Newport News, VA, was killed in the line of duty during a routine traffic stop on Thursday, January 23rd. Capt. Ryan Phaneuf, 30, a USAF pilot, died in a plane crash in Afghanistan on Monday, January 27th.
Semi-retired, ex-New Orleanian, still trying to get used to New Hampshire winters.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.