Easter Egg Hunt
hosted by Cincy 4 Kids
time & location TBD
Saturday March 26
10am – 2pm EST
Saturday, March 26
Central Baptist Church
7645 Winton Road
Country Easter Down on the Farm
Saturday, March 19
10am – 2pm EST
Benton Family Farms
First of all, the fact that she is currently being investigated for everything from security leaks to public corruption by our own federal government makes me completely bewildered that she would dare to run for any office at this point, let alone President. Personally, even if I did think she would make a great President (I don’t), I couldn’t in good conscience vote for her until this investigation was complete. These are very serious allegations, and so far evidence appears to be pointing to her guilt. Not understanding security clearance of communications is not someone you want to be in charge of the country. Someone guilty of public corruption is not someone I would want to be in the top office. In my opinion, it’s absolutely ridiculous that she’s even running during these investigations, and I would seriously have to question anyone who was aware of this and still chose to vote for her.
But down to the issues. Okay, issue.
For me, the fact that she is pro-abortion is an immediate ‘no’ vote. But not only is she pro-abortion, she is one of the most extreme supporters of abortion that I have heard of in recent years.
Lastly, there’s the whole Benghazi issue. Again, some very serious allegations here.
At this point, I honestly don’t even feel the need to look at the rest of her record or issues. These three things are so serious, and cast her in such a negative light, that there is no reason for me to even consider her as a serious candidate.
30-something, born again Christian, politically conservative wife & mother. Time to speak up.
Maybe why I started this blog? Okay, let’s go with that.
Let’s just put it out there, shall we? I am a 30-something, white, born-again Christian, politically conservative wife & mother. As much as our society says that puts me in the majority, the “ruling class” so to speak, I have felt for years that I was being shushed. It seemed that unless you were willing to go with the flood of bunk flowing thru the world, your voice wasn’t wanted, and therefore was quieted, hushed.
And I did. I sat down. I stayed quiet. I was worried I would lose friends, or my job, or upset family members just for voicing my thoughts, opinions, or even beliefs.
But the past year or so I have felt more and more compelled to not accept being shushed, to speak up, to speak out, to let my voice be heard.
After spending probably way too much time trying to figure out what that would look like for me, I really felt like a blog was the way to go.
So here I am. Jodi Speaks.
I hope you’ll stay around and check out what I have to say.
Have a wonderful day!