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I don't paint them all with the same brush, Brandle. I admire Obama and Jimmy Carter, and although they both claim or claimed to be religious, Obama is too smart to abuse the claim, as was Carter. He felt it, he lived it, but he really didn't talk about it that much. I think he had too deep a respect for the separation of church and state in the United States that the founding fathers held dear and built into the system, separation that the right-leaning part of the Republican Party constantly seeks to erase. And Obama clearly respects separation of church and state, as well. By the headline, I mean to raise the question for readers of what or who really is a "godly man."
I've treasured my hikes up The Chief with my boys when they were small, their triumph at making it up, carrying the dog as we pulled ourselves up cables...the dramatic view from the top.
And as they got bigger, the hikes just got better. They love that outing because of the challenge, they relish the hard climb. So many good times passing Shannon Falls, crossing the bridge, sitting by the water pounding down the mountain. Resting in those woods.
Last time we went, we couldn't find a place to park, it was so crowded. We had to give up the idea of the hike. So many tourist spots in the world, but so few places like The Chief as it is today. Does this have to happen?
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Those are amazing photographs. Thanks for adding them!!!
I must be having an optical illusion when I walk down the street.
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