What’s in a word?

The word Republican is now being used as a vernacular describing a diverse population of United States citizenry and has little to do with a definition related to government or governance.

Nefarious and theocrats come to mind.

What descriptors occur to you?

For your consideration.

“Why should anyone feel compelled to be subservient to a benevolent benefactor?

Put another way, what kind of mind demands to be worshipped for doing what came naturally?”



Published by: nationofnope

Ron is a third generation Portland Oregon native. He is a husband, father of three adult children, grandfather of three, Combat veteran (11B-5U), Eagle Scout, past President of Portland Civic Theatre, past member of Portland Active 20/30 club and retired Real Estate Broker. Just your average citizen living a secure retirement with his wife of 43 years and five rescue cats. Oh ya, and a screaming, raving, hair on fire anti-theist. Any agitation people experience from reading his thoughts is intended to make people question their foundational beliefs.

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4 thoughts on “What’s in a word?”

  1. Maybe instead of asking abut the republican party, which I think has died, it is more important to ask about the ascending cult of tRump. That is the true damage to to our countries normally accepted practices. Hugs

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      1. Many people are saying this is the death or the republican party. Over the last 200 plus years several parties have gone extinction and new parties have arisen . Could we be looking at the end of the republican party due to their fixation on tRump as a cult leader? Thanks, I will read any answer tomorrow, Ron is clamoring for me to go to bed. Hugs


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