Things I am thankful for this Thanksgiving

Published: 11/24/2021 4:08:29 PM
Modified: 11/24/2021 4:08:13 PM

Secure borders. A brilliant and obvious course of action given the global pandemic we are in.

A low inflation rate that is contributing so nicely to our economic growth.

That the National Debt that is trending beautifully in the right direction.

The endless government handouts that pay people not to work. After all, nobody should have to work if they don’t want to.

Knowing that our lawmakers will not unleash Armies of IRS agents on the already hurting Americans and small businesses.

The steep price that we made China pay for unleashing the global calamity that has killed over 5 million people.

That defunding the police has given me such a feeling of security; confidently being able to walk down any street, of any city, at any time, and feel protected from danger or risk.

How fentanyl and opioid overdose deaths have reached all-time lows.

The unprecedented unity and way that we came back together as a country, just like Joe vowed we would do.

Ability to rely on fair and balanced — and always honest coverage from the multitude of media outlets delivering the news of the day.

That the withdrawal from Afghanistan was such a flawless and strategic success.

That we can run (or walk) out of a store stealing anything less than $1,000 worth of merchandise and not have to fear prosecution.

All of this makes me realize that things just cannot get any better.

Bill “Wink” Wall



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