Saints & Senators?

Conversation at dinner last night:

Cale: Dad, the president owns all the states right?

Dad: Not really. The president isn’t a king like we’ve been studying. He rules over the states but doesn’t own them. And he doesn’t rule alone. The Congress and the judiciary help rule.

Cale: But the president is really rich, isn’t he?

Dad: I guess he gets paid around $200,000 a year. But Senators get paid alot too, something like $165,000 a year.

Cale: Sinners?! They let sinners rule the states?

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Marc A. Pitman

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