Remember the book? Written by John F. Kennedy before he became President, the one for which he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1957? Yes, I know there was some talk about the possibility that he didn’t write it himself, or that he had at least a lot of help. Doesn’t matter. It set a tone in the country for the emulation of Americans who rise above their duties, against overwhelming pressure, to do what’s right. Maybe it is blown way out of proportion, but the ideal is still one we should admire.
I won’t vote for Mitt Romney. Of course, I really can’t think of a Republican I could vote for, but this clinches it.
More prayer in schools?
“I know there are some people who would like to make this nation a secular nation, who want to take God out of everything that exists in this country,” Romney said. “They try to say it’s unconstitutional.”