$148 million dollars and two weeks later, the RNC (Republican National Convention) and DNC (Democratic National Convention) have ended and I am motivated to do four things:
- Remember God’s priority in my heart and every aspect of life. If we remember Him, He will remember us.
- Remember to pray every day for our leaders, nation and world.
- Live out my best for family, friends and neighbors to make our communities, cities, states, country and world a better place.
- VOTE! Educate myself. Pray & think about it. Make a choice.
Love one another. Live better.
Lookout for corruption. Be aware of wrong. Ask why. Government belongs to US – We The People!
Remember these dates:
Sept. 26 — Presidential debate at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio
Oct. 4 — Vice presidential debate at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia
Oct. 9 — Presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis
Oct. 19 — Presidential debate at University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Nov. 8 — Election Day
The 2016 Republican National Convention was estimated to have cost $64 million dollars. The 2016 Democratic National Convention was estimated to have cost $84 million dollars. Could the nominations and decisions be made without such costly events? The parties know who there candidates will be before the conventions take place. Couldn’t the savings of minimizing the events be passed on to the real-world causes, issues and tragedies being used by both parties to further their agendas? Portions of the convention expenses are paid by tax-payers who aren’t even allowed to attend.
Portions were televised so I did take time to view some of the political ruckus – making sure to catch Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s nomination acceptance speeches. Supposedly political conventions are for delegates from each state and U.S. territories only. The “delegates” are elected officials from the party and others who have achieved rank within the party organization.
Proverbs 28:2 “A ruler with discernment and knowledge maintains order.”
God remember America.