letter to the editor

An Attack on the Constitution


Freedom, the reason for America. People came here to escape. To be free from something. A document was created to insure that there was freedom. That document is under attack by individuals who want everyone to conform to their demands.

Political Correctness, the evil that is castrating America.

I, as in me, an individual, feel uncomfortable with the term “Founding Fathers”, as it is Gender Biased. The statue of a Confederate General in the town square makes me, as an individual, uncomfortable because it reminds me of slavery and must be removed because I said so.

There must be Exclusive spaces for me to escape from words and ideas that make me uncomfortable. The world Must change for me as an individual because I am ME. And if I don’t get my way I’ll picket, I’ll sue, I’ll creat such a disturbance that everyone will have to obey my demands.

Well toots get a life. The world does not revolve around you.

Who’s fault??

The judicial system for allowing this nonsense by pandering to all to those attorneys out to make a buck.

Is there any hope to bring America back?

No way. It’s too late.

Dr. Geno

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3 thoughts on “An Attack on the Constitution

  1. Dr. Geno, That Confederate General makes far more than an individual uncomfortable. It makes millions of individuals uncomfortable. Your point is poorly taken. ciao, Jerome

  2. and that confederate general STATUE must be removed/destroyed like a good Nazi would….and RE-WRITE history….in the name of the great fuehrer of course.
    dr. geno your PC point is well taken and if someone is ‘uncomfortable’ with it I say….tough s**t and get a life!

  3. Wankajm, No, as usual you do not see what this is all about. If you want to display your swastika (maybe you do) on your own property, nobody will stop you. We are talking about public property, paid for by all the taxpayers. If something is offensive to millions of these taxpayers, then it should not be displayed. Public funds represent public attitudes. You are perfectly free to represent your own personal attitude on your own personal property. ciao, Jerome

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