In response to all the critics of my letter to the editor that was published Oct. 23 in The Floyd County Times, who think I am filled with hate and spite, let me open this dissertation with the words of a very well-known bluegrass song: “It is too late now to tell you that I love you? Oh, darlings, please don’t say it’s too late now.”
Where, may I ask, did I ever use the word hate in my “ranting,” as some of you have said? Your responses were typical liberal/socialist responses to the things I stand for. You cannot refute the things that I said, either with facts or statistics, so therefore you fall back on the old, familiar lies that the liberal/socialist left wingnuts use they (wingnuts, what a thought) cannot attack the truth any other way. They say, “Why, he must be full of hate and spite!” Well, let me say, “I love you,” or is it too late, now?
Why, may I ask, do some of you think I hate the destroyers of our nation? Just because I point out their “sins” and the things they have done to bring our country to its knees. God knows I don’t hate the person, but I do hate what they have done! Folks, look up the following verses in the King James Version of the Bible: 2nd Chronicles 19:2, Psalms 97:10, 1st Chronicles 19:28, and Proverbs 1:22, which states, “Fools hate knowledge.” Think about it, you foolish liberals. Look up also, Proverbs 29:10, Amos 5:15 and Micah 3:2.
I don’t hate the “girls” in the black communities, or whites for that matter, because they have a child out of wedlock. The liberals that uphold this type of behavior have proved by their actions that theya re the ones that hate these girls, by upholding their conduct and in most cases not holding the fathers responsible for the care and upbringing of the children they help bring into the world. Here is what the Bible tells us about you liberals that won’t correct or chastise your children: Read Proverbs 13:24 and Proverbs 15:10. I pray it’s not too late now!
How many of these babies are killed, put off on grandparents to rear, “such as our president,” or put into foster homes, where many of them are treated worse than animals? What’s wrong with me that I don’t want these things to happen? Just a few days ago, in Cleveland, Ohio, a young black mother beat her 3-year-old child to death, put him or her (I don’t know if it was a boy or girl at this time) in a barbage bag and threw that little angel in the garbage. Thank God, sanitation workers found its little body in the landfill before it was covered up. I don’t hate this girl for doing this terrible, unthinkable deed. Why didn’t she put it up for adoption? Evil, evil is everywhere. This is why I believe in the death penalty in these cases. God help us, is it too late now?
This is the type of thing I’m trying to get across to our nation when I “rant” about the condition our society has come to. I don’t hate anyone, as some of you claim. If I hated people, then I would not care how much hardship, worry and heartbreak they bring on themselves. I want our young people to live good, chaste and clean lives, not for my sake, but for theirs. What is wrong with that? I hope it’s not too late now.
Now! To the person that suggested that I read the part of the Bible that’s written in red. Well, I’ll venture to say that I have read it, not only the parts written in red, “the words of Christ,” but the whole book more times than you. I am not being boastful, for I have not read it enough and certainly many, many more things to learn. Show me where Jesus ever condoned sin. Yes, he forgave sin, when the people came unto him. That’s why he came into this world, so that we could be forgiven of our sins. Even when he healed some, he said, “Go and sin no more.” Read John 5:14 and John 8:11. Go and sin no more, not go and sin some more. Pray, before it becomes too late for you!
When he forgave the thief on the cross, he did not say, “Oh! You poor, little fellow. You shouldn’t be here like this.” Christ, we know, was innocent, but the thief said, “We indeed justly receive the due reward of our deeds.” See Luke 23:39-43.
Now, to the person that didn’t like what I said about putting our local sorry rumps to work, instead of bringing in the Mexicans to do these jobs. Read 2nd Thessalonians. They said, “When someone says something like, ‘I have nothing against Mexicans or other minorities, but …’ I stop listening.” Well, I’ve reread that article several times. I cannot find where I used “but” anywhere in regard to Mexicans or anyone in that paragraph.
But I could have made you liberals happy by saying something like, “Well, she has a pretty butt,” or, “She doesn’t have to cover her butt,” or, “She has the ‘right’ to go naked,” or something like, “She has the prettiest butt in that porno film.” Why, if I had written something along that line, you would be saying, “He’s a brilliant young man. We might even nominate him for a Pulitzer Prize.” Some of you are so liberal, two-faced and just plain deceived, I don’t know how you make it in life. But I love you, or is it too late now?
Editor, I didn’t necessarily mean to “preach” in the rebuttal to some of the comments that in about my letter that you so graciously printed in the Oct. 23 edition of The Times. “But” it seemed the best way to answer those poor souls out there.
In the previous letter, I gouged Judge Marshall pretty hard, but he came to my son’s open house at his new veterinary hospital at Maytown. Doc, you proved to me and my family that you are a real man. Thank you, sir. Never doubt, you have our support.
Thank you, Hattie Owens. It was my pleasure to show you around this wonderful facility. Now, I’m not wishing you any bad luck, but it your pet gets sick, you know where to take it. LOL.
Thank you, editor, for coming and doing that very good article. I asked all three of you to come, you, Doc Marshall and my magistrate, Hattie Owens. Thank you one and all. If it’s not too late now, I’ll tell you I love you. Hey! That’s the way I see it.
In my next article, if there be one, I will return to the demise of America and the perverted, immoral direction that the little weasel in Washington is leading us. In regard to the unbelievable way our government handled the tragedy in Libya, which cost the lives of Ambassador Stevens and others, I have obtained a picture of Ambassador Stevens being brutalized in the streets of Benghazi. If the editor would like to print this picture for the people, I will make it available to him.