The Pros And Cons Of President Nixon

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made a mistake. President Nixon would be the first American President to actually lose a war. Despite his actions against our government, John Kerry went on to be an elected Senator from the State of Massachusetts in 1996. His well-publicized history of being a radical supporter of the Vietnamese communists and possibly guilty of war crimes had no effect on the voters. Others believe that our moral decline began in the 1940’s and 1950’s with the Presidents Woodrow Wilson and President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Brown). Supposedly, they had blatant hostility toward the U.S. Constitution. They arrogantly defied the Constitution and convinced people that government dependence is a morally acceptable alternative to our nation depending on God, family,…show more content…
A family contains young minds that are at first taught the building of personality or character and controlling the emotions of him or herself, while also being taught how to set goals for life (Ritter) But as new generations came of age, the family became a weakened and fractured unit as husbands and wives gave way to the human nature of adultery in a widespread manor. Here in America, the family has been under constant assault and broken marriages and broken households are now a normal thing to see. Few fathers show the guidance and teaching to their children that is needed often requiring the mother to take on both roles. As children grow up being more spoiled and pampered to, they are never learning to accept and recover from setbacks. The children of today live in a world of fantasy. They “must” have cellphones; they “need their privacy: they “have rights.” (Ritter) As with ancient Rome, the British and American people ignore God’s counsel: “Stand you in the old ways, and see, and ask for the old paths” (Jer. 6:16). As a result of ignoring important biblical instructions, we live in a generation of children who rule over their parents and show no respect whatsoever for their
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