What is right—not who is right.

What does President Donald Trump say, all the time, more than anything else?  “We won—Hillary and the Democrats lost!”  That’s all Trump cares about.  Who the winners are.  And he thinks his disgraceful words and actions are okay—simply because he won.  President Trump does not care what is right.  He only cares who is right.

What do neoconservatives say, all the time—especially Christian Zionists?   “Israel won—Palestine lost!” or “Israel won—the Palestinians/the Arabs/the Muslims lost!”  That’s all neoconservatives—especially Christian Zionists—care about.  Who the winners are.  And they think their disgraceful support of Israel is okay—simply because Israel won.  Neoconservatives—especially Christian Zionists—do not care what is right.  They only care who is right.

What do liberals say, all the time—especially White liberals?  “The United States won—the Confederate States lost!” or “The Union won—the Confederacy lost!”  That’s all liberals—especially White liberals—care about.  Who the winners are.  And they think their disgraceful support of state-and-local-government censorship of Confederate flags and monuments is okay—simply because the United States won.  Liberals—especially White liberals—do not care what is right.  They only care who is right.

According to the late motivational speaker, Zig Ziglar, fair play seeks what is right—not who is right.

Fair play is synonymous with justice.

Justice seeks what is right—not who is right.

And truth, also, seeks what is right—not who is right.

What is right—not who is right.

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