There have been a few accounts of folks who worked in the White House in different Administrations claiming it was common for many people there to gather in one particular room and do drugs. Dana Perino was asked about this, as one who said such was in the Bush Two White House, and she said if it was going on she didn't know about it. Then again, everyone knew her stance on such so it's not likely they would have let her know about it.
Unfortunately even some IFB s get caught up in the latest trend and "coolest thing". I recall hearing a group of women gushing over two or three different "I died and went to heaven" books; two by children (one since recanted) and the other book mentioned was by an adult. On another occasion I heard some talking about a book about some guy who claimed to have spent time in hell. During the summer library reading program I read two of the books by children claiming to have died and gone to heaven and found both of them to have so many unscripturally valid statements that I couldn't understand how any Christian could accept them. I also checked out the book by the guy who claimed he died and went to hell. That book didn't waste any time in putting forth an abundance of unscriptural garbage and was also poorly written so I knew I didn't need to bother reading any further. Again, wondering to myself how any Christian even sightly above babe in Christ maturity could accept such.
I mentioned Boston because apparently they are so important that's all the weather people keep talking about is how much snow they have in Boston. Not near as much talk about the foot of snow in Alabama, or the snow in Texas causing churches to cancel Sunday morning services, or the over half-foot of snow across Mississippi.
Wow, I'll have to look for that Chevy Chase look. I knew a guy who looked like Chevy Chase and he was crooked and deceitful and shady as anything. Off hand, I can't even recall what MacArthur looks like. Is it senior or junior that looks like Chevy Chase?
It may seem dark at the moment, but don't lose hope. There is always a light at the end of the tunnel, keep moving and you'll get there. God won't abandon you; let God be your light. It may take some time, but in the end, everything will be alright.
I actually take my new place on that Board in January. The old Board had their final meeting recently and the next meeting will seat the new members; of which I am one. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers on this.