CONSERVATIVES: Feel the blade yet?

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I’ve just learned that one of the very last conservative shows on TV, “Last Man Standing,” has been pulled for no particular reason. Of course, there’s a reason; word is that it was too conservative for ABC. I guess it falls in the category of the “Trump Deplorables.” If that’s the case, I understand. Who wants to listen to a show that portrays a solid Christian family with conservative values and loves guns? When I read the article and entered my opinion I thought a good title would be, “Don’t blame the progressives, blame us... the conservatives.” See below.

I’ve never understood how anyone could stand in front of a firing squad or kneel to have their head cut off. If I knew I was about to lose my life, I would rather go down fighting back as best I could. Yet we conservatives, for the most part, just stand and kneel as the progressive movement runs us over. When it’s all over, my conservative friends, we will have only ourselves to blame and our children and theirs will never know what they have lost.

JERRY MARTIN

Post Falls

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