Country can’t survive four more years of Obama
To the editor:
Allan Powell’s column (July 5) consisted of his expected attack on Mitt Romney. I was surprised that he had so much trouble in coming up with anything negative. Other than a couple of insignificant items — nothing.
Now, I would like to give a view of the White House incumbent. His administration would be the most transparent ever, and it would be kind and respectful of others and their ideas.
His Democratic-controlled Senate has not passed a budget in three years. No accounting of the stimulus money was ever given.
He has compared himself to Kennedy, Truman, Reagan, Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt. We have been stuck with the “health” bill that his administrator says, “must, must” limit health care for seniors.
He killed the Keystone pipeline, which would have eased the oil crunch; he has constantly bashed the Republicans who oppose him because of his radical agenda; and he has promoted class warfare by dividing the classes by income level. The Solyndra scandal was just one of the times he has cost us by playing favorites.
He has stated openly that he wants a “redistribution of wealth” and he signed an executive order giving him absolute control over all natural resources (energy, food, water, transportation, production).
When the debt ceiling battle was hot, he didn’t threaten to cut off funds for foreign aid, welfare, Congress salaries or illegal aliens. No, he threatened Social Security and military recipients.
There is so much more. I haven’t even mentioned the huge deficit that he refuses to do anything about.
But, I think that if Mr. Powell is a thinking man, he can readily see that the country just can’t possibly afford or survive four more years of this man.
Kudos to Chick-fil-A owner for his moral example
To the editor:
In defense of Mr. Cathy at Chick-fil-A, you are a true believer — as was Abraham, David, Job, Noah and so on. Please keep standing up for what is right. You have set an example for others with your good morals. Keep up the good work. May God bless you.
To the rest of the world, mere words will not change a person’s mind, once it has been taken over by darkness, as each person thinks their own way is right. I’m not your judge, only God is, but don’t cram your dark beliefs down my lighted path.
Is it right to murder? Is it right to steal, lie and cheat? Is it right to commit adultery? Is it right to be mean to your parents?
This partial list came out of the Bible that God created for us — these are a few things I’d think 95 percent of this entire world doesn’t think is right to do.