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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Benjamin, Oct 8, 2016.
First two sentences.
"I've never said I'm a perfect person"
"Or pretended to be someone I'm not."
Nice try though...
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Christians more than anyone should have some understanding about the changes that goes on peoples hearts.
Christians know and admit that they are not perfect and therein should cherish the meaning of grace and afford others who are openly admitting their faults a measure of forgiveness.
...But sometimes I think it is "Christians" who like to pretend they are perfect people and are too proud to even consider being a free giver of grace...
This man is just dangerous. I get the impression from his "apologies" that he finds weakness in apologizing. And that makes a man very dangerous.
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I get the impression that it takes a lot more strength for a man with an ego to apologize than not. I don't make excuses for Trump's actions because of the poor behavior of others, but I do believe this action makes him a much bigger man than his opponent's husband - who I don't recall ever apologizing for using cigars inappropriately on a young woman - while in the office of the POTUS no less...