Never Opinionated ASR Hobarto Opines on Virtue; Why Trump Can't Console Anyone

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Before we let you go, we are religiously, spiritually, morally, and politically (not necessarily in that order), required to let you know that this morning, we texted with associate solitary reorter Jim Bob Hobarto, our Chief Theological Correspondent, about the significance of “virtual,” because everything, especially in the Age of COVID-19 and Trump, is done virtually.


“SR,” Hobarto began, “as the most valiant of all the recipients of the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Extinguished Service Award, I hereby order you to read my most recent sermon on Virtue as practiced by all Unitarian Universalist Christians, of which I am the most prominent.”


“The four classic cardinal virtues in Christianity,” Hobarto continued, “are temperance, prudence, courage, and justice.”


“Any woman or man who sits in the Oval Office is morally required to demonstrate compassion when the nation she leads is devastated by tragedy, such as the massacre of twenty innocent children in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012, when we still had a good President.”


“Barack Obama, though an emotional stoic, grieved openly when the shooter at Sandy Hook Elementary School slaughtered twenty children, after murdering his mother, as Wayne LaPierre cheered the shooter on.”


“But the rude guy who strutted into the Oval Office on January 20, 2017, is more focused on showing his base that he’s In Command, and he leaves the grieving to others.”


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