Interested in an example and explanation of how a major news source relates to a King Solomon Folly Verse?
The Chicago Tribune article titled, Senators introduce a bill to give ‘Dreamers’ path to citizenship, reported that the previous reason why this issue “fell through after intense pushback from Trump’s base.”
The article was written by a Washington Post reporter that contradicted another Washington Post columnist that commented the reason was because, “He (Senator Durbin) instantly recognized that Democrats would gain more publicly from Mr. Trumps private words than they would from any DACA deal. “For Democrats, every waking moment……to gain control of the House in November. ” As for Dreamers………. they can wait.”
No one remembers the former generations,
and even those yet to come
will not be remembered
by those who follow them. (Ecclesiastes 1:11)
What’s My Point?
King Solomon wrote this verse 3000 years before the internet and google. When I read this article, I remembered a previous post I wrote at the time which contradicts the statement about “Trump’s base.”
My point is the Verse has been proven true in just about every generation that repeats the same follies of previous generations such as the numerous wars that keep repeating. This is in spite of having a recorded history that followed King Solomon’s era.
Obviously, the Washington Post reporters are examples of forgetfulness if you compare the two articles.
In My Opinion
Everyone knows President Trump does not want to deport the Dreamers unless they are the likes of the M13 gangs.
However, President Trump obviously, not being an empty suit politician, is attempting to fulfill his campaign promise to control USA borders.
The wall appears to be his only option because Congress politicians refuse to solve this problem.
Read the article and previous posts links in the source links below.
Will we ever wise up and begin teaching our children the advice of ancient wisdom in history to avoid repeating the same follies over, and over, and over again, in every new generation?
Regards and good will blogging.