#theNACtheMIRE #rectorSTYLE #preacher.PRIVILEGE

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While we’re at it, we are also seeking those #ROGUE.RECTORS who ‘willfully failed’ to TELL THE TRUTH. While they were busy smugglin’ in illegals, LYING and selling death and mayhem on our streets, via (one.fine.example) the FENDT.letter aka #not-so-poetic-propaganda, and workin’ gov’t ‘jobs’ like at NIST, DHS, National and Local School Boards – really – ALL OVER – where we come from, that’s called #LIAR.LIAR.tithes.in.mire

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mire

 noun

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\ ˈmī(-ə)r  \

Definition of mire

 (Entry 1 of 2)

1wet spongy earth (as of a bog or marsh)the mire is relieved only by small stretches of open dry forest— Saturday Review

2heavy often deep mud or slushThe troops trudged onward through the mire.

3a troublesome or intractable situationfound themselves in a mire of debt

mire verb

miredmiring

Definition of mire (Entry 2 of 2)

transitive verb

1ato cause to stick fast in or as if in mireThe car was mired in the muck.

bto hamper or hold back as if by mire ENTANGLEThe company has been mired in legal problems.

2to cover or soil with mirehis mired boots

intransitive verb

to stick or sink in mire a road in which horses and wagons mired regularly— Edmund Arnold

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/mire

rogue

 noun

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\ ˈrōg  \

Essential Meaning of rogue

1old-fashioned a man who is dishonest or immorala lying rogue [=scoundrel]

2a man who causes trouble in a playful wayHe’s a lovable old rogue.

Full Definition of rogue

 (Entry 1 of 4)

1VAGRANTTRAMP

2a dishonest or worthless person SCOUNDREL

3a mischievous person SCAMP

4a horse inclined to shirk or misbehave

5an individual exhibiting a chance and usually inferior biological variation

rogue verb

roguedroguing or rogueing

Definition of rogue (Entry 2 of 4)

intransitive verb

to weed out inferior, diseased, or nontypical individuals from a crop plant or a field

rogue adjective

Definition of rogue (Entry 3 of 4)

1resembling or suggesting a rogue elephant especially in being isolated, aberrant, dangerous, or uncontrollablecapsized by a rogue wave

2CORRUPTDISHONESTrogue cops

3of or being a nation whose leaders defy international law or norms of international behaviorrogue states

go rogue

to begin to behave in an independent or uncontrolled way that is not authorized, normal, or expectedBefore the Clemson Tigers played Notre Dame in Arlington, Texas on Saturday, Clark [a bald eagle] was supposed to fly around the stadium, high above people’s heads. But instead, he went rogue and decided to perch on two unsuspecting fans.— Nicole GallucciAnders had been sent to the Amazon to monitor the program’s progress under the formidable Dr. Annick Swensen (who may have gone rogue and is no longer returning the company’s calls).— Yvonne ZippWhenever a member of a group goes rogue, you can be absolutely certain that other members of that group will pop up with the “bad apple” defense, as in, “Well, sure, there’s a few bad apples in every bunch, but that’s the exception.”— Christine Flowers

Rogue geographical name

\ ˈrōg  \

Definition of Rogue (Entry 4 of 4)

river about 200 miles (320 kilometers) long in southwestern Oregon rising in Crater Lake National Park and flowing west and southwest into the Pacific Ocean

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Woody Guthrie – ‘This Land Is Your Land’ (1945)

Guthrie’s famous folk song is often taught to elementary school students who probably have no idea what they’re actually singing about. The song is a rebellious alternative to “God Bless America.” While Guthrie was a passionate American, he wanted to craft a song that represented the average working American and their equal rights to the rich.

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