|Would have been fun to use one of these,|
but my fingers worked pretty well.
Sad to say, I'm usually disappointed to find that they are, in fact, committed to evil and have a dishonest playbook where they pull their scripted answers and talking points.
There were two ladies manning the Democrats' table. One was chubby, 40-ish, super short hair with pink streaks, and an aggressive attitude. The other was older, slim, and gray-haired, not quite so aggressive. No one yelled we spoke cordially although I felt like I was in the Twilight Zone. I smiled throughout the exchange. Pink Streak did too. Gray Hair was more serious.
The conversation went something like this:
Me: Hi, I saw the Democrats out on Main Street the other day with signs for Tim Kaine. I was impressed with your zeal. [Wish more of our folks had it!]
[Big Smiles and greetings; they thought I was one of them.]
Me: I'm a mom of five and a grandmother of 25 and I could never support a party that champions killing unborn babies in the womb. The Democrat platform is evil. Have you read it?
Gray Hair: Well, do you support putting children in cages? [Wish I thought to say most of the pictures of children in cages came from the Obama administration!]
Me: Of course not, but that's a different issue.
Gray Hair: It's my body and I have a right to choose. Besides it's not a baby. You're against science.
Me: It's not your body. How can it be a woman's body and be a boy? And science shows it's a human being.
Gray Hair: St. Thomas Aquinas says it's not human until three months.
Me: No he didn't; you are misquoting him.
Gray Hair: [pulling out her phone] Yes, he did; want me to prove it?
Me: He was talking about ensoulment. Besides, now who's being unscientific?
Gray Hair: I didn't say anything about science; that was her [pointing to Pink Streak]. It's a religious issue and my religion says it's not a baby. [She volunteered she was Jewish -- obviously a secular Jew rather than orthodox.]
Me: It's not a religious issue; it's a human rights issue.
Pink Streak: Trump wants to kill people like me! [At this point I assumed she was a lesbian.]
Me: No he doesn't; that's ridiculous.
Pink Streak: He puts children in cages. And he paid for an abortion. He used to be pro-abortion
Me: Where'd you get that information [about paying for an abortion]? People can change. Reagan did. And what about Bill Clinton the rapist? [Hey, if we're going to play change the subject why shouldn't I do it?]
|Pink Streak and Gray Hair's Pro-Abortion Sister|
Pink Streak: Trump puts children in cages. [This was their main talking point.]
Me: Those people are coming in illegally and some are child traffickers.
Pink Streak: (horrified) "Those people!"
Gray Hair: None of them are trafficking children.
Me: Yes they are! And at least those children are alive.
Gray Hair: Three have died. [Don't know if that's true, but I wish I had said, and 50 million have been murdered by abortion which your party has made a sacrament.]
At this point I decided continued discussion was pointless. Democrats are delusional and don't believe in reality. The Republicans at the table next to them seemed to enjoy the exchange. I stopped at their table shaking my head and said, "Democrats don't know how to think."
Hope you have as much fun at the polls as I did. I sprinkled holy water at the entrance, on the door handles on the floor into the polls and made a holy water cross in the voting booth. Hopefully many demons will be dispelled at our voting place. Please pray for Pink Streak and Gray Hair today. I'll remember them when I say my rosary.
Our Lady of America, pray for us.