Power of an Argument

“It’s grandma’s birthday,” I explain to Klara. “But she can’t have a party or have anybody come over to say happy birthday because of the virus. It’s not allowed”

“If that happened to me,” Klara responds smoothly, “I’d know that people around me are not real Christians. Because real Christians would always find a way to do something nice for a person they love.”

I’m thinking that a supreme court nomination is in her future with this capacity to destroy an opponent in an argument. She can be the first Ukrainian-American on the supreme court. Hopefully, after she’s had the seven kids, of course.

3 thoughts on “Power of an Argument”

  1. Why seven kids? Do you want Ukrainians to take example from orthodox Jews, or is there some other story behind that comment?

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