Yesterday's blog post was fraught with controversy. I generated 7 comments, which is more than I have ever had in one day. Even my cousin Ben from Milwaukee chimed in (Go Packers!).

I confess that some of what I posted was placed there strategically. I just wanted to see how many folks actually read this thing. I would like to thank everyone who commented, and I hope that you do not feel duped.

I would now like to clear the air on a couple of points:

  • I am not supporting Hillary Clinton for President of the United States. I would not support her for President of the Glee Club. I am as of yet uncertain about who I like for President. I kind of like Fred Thompson, but only because he was so cool in Die Hard 2. Hardly a reason to support a man as leader of the free world. Although President Reagan was very cool in Knute Rockne: All American and he restored hope and patriotism to our generation as President. Food for thought...?

  • I do like Sean Penn's work very much, but I was exaggerating when I referred to him as the "Best actor of my generation." Hey bud...I was kidding!

The rest of what I said holds true for now. However, I have learned to be flexible and teachable. I certainly do not hold all of the answers in life and I try to learn new things and new ways of looking at old things. One thing I do know is that no matter how you look at it, the Word of God is always true and relevant.

Once again, my thanks to everyone for reading and commenting. I enjoy blogging, and I appreciate this forum and the ability to enjoy it with friends and family.


George said…
Oh, NOW you're being controversial! Fred Thompson was CLEARLY his coolest in "Hunt for Red October."
Caryn said…
A welcome series of blogging/counter-blogging! A reminder to me about what's been going on in my life as well. Being more compassionate, etc. I taught a lesson to my 10th graders the other day about the parable of the talents, being better student stewards. Asked them to write anonymous responses to me. Mose gave the generic answers I expected, several sounded like they truly had a moment of conviction, and several were cynical. I even hurt one... I've had a hard spot in my gut ever since. We try so hard to be right all the time that being compassionate falls to the bottom of the list. In that sense, I like being rather than doing... but it's just a different turn of phrase for the same thought. Nice to know we're all in it together.
James said…
Actually, I think you're right about Sean Penn...

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