Letter: How are Christians and Patriots supposed to act?


Lynda Keegan-Kuglitsch’s Letter (VI Op-Ed 1/14/2011) makes me wonder if she thinks for herself or just goes by the “Mainstream Media Talking Points.”

The jest of her letter is that the “Right Wing Political Pundits” were the cause of the attempted assignation of Congressman Giffords and the related carnage; where is there anything to support her assumptions or conclusions?

Anyone that reads her letter will know without doubt that she is demonizing those that are considered “Right Wing Hate-mongers” by the “Left-leaning Mainstream” when people like her will not look at facts, nor will they look “In the Mirror” to evaluate their allies rhetoric.

There is no evidence that this mentally deranged dork that opened fire in Tucson ever listened to talk radio, read any Right wing literature or watched any Right leaning TV (if there is such a thing).

There is a lot of evidence that he was into some sort of Satanic or Witchcraft Religious Rituals along with Communist and Nazi (National Socialist) books and subversive garbage.

He was considered by his classmates as “apolitical.” Will someone tell me how that ties him to those of us that “Stir the Pot” as her analogy states?

If the “Pot isn’t Stirred” the “Socialistic Doctrine Beans” will burn to the bottom and alter the foundation of the Nation; then we will soon be in a “Totalitarian State” and that is 180 degrees out of phase with our Nation’s design and character.

Fabricating facts and hate filled rhetoric are much more common from the Left than from the Right and as far as acting like Christians and Patriots is concerned: Thomas Jefferson stated “The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions that I wish it to be always kept alive”; and it is apparent that Jesus himself would not be considered a “Good Christian” when he called the ‘Religious Leaders” the Pharisees & Sadducees “Hypocrites” and when he fashioned a “Whip” out of rope and drove the “Moneychangers” from the Temple and he was not “Gentle” about it.

Dale Gohr



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