, Kingston, NH

Letters to the Editor

November 28, 2013

Delayed Response with a correction:

First, I would like to correct the site I referenced and apologize for the inaccurate address. The site is Midnight Watcher’s BlogSpot, and is certainly not a “paranormal” site. As for Walid Shoebat, he is a respected source by many, despite a smear campaign waged against him.

Those that are conservative seem to be destroyed by supposition or minor infractions much more easily than the “left” which gets a pass even on murder (Ted Kennedy). Take George Soros as an example: He is a known economic terrorist, who also started the “Constitution in 2020” initiative. A cabal of socialists and elitists who wish to subvert our existing Constitution which is sedition on his part, and treason on the part of a certain Supreme Court Judge who frequents his meetings. Yet he is not in jail, nor is she impeached. One need only read a bit about South Africa since the implementation of their current Soros promoted constitution; “Into the Cannibals Pot”, by Ilana Mercer which documents the S. African descent into turmoil, chaos, bloodshed and fiscal insanity.

Regarding my opinion on our Biblical foundation which was mocked, and my knowledge of the Constitution questioned: The preface to our Constitution is our Declaration of Independence. One cannot correctly interpret the intent of our Constitution without referencing our Declaration…the original founding document. A document which clearly states such things as: “the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God”, “endowed by our Creator”, “protection of Divine Providence”. In fact, we were warned by many of our Founders: “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom”, Benjamin Franklin; “Our Constitution was made for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other”, John Adams…just to share a couple of quotes.

Neither will you find anywhere in either document a separation of Church and State, nor “democracy”, as we were founded as a Constitutional Republic. So, yes, I do know and understand our Constitution, have taken courses on its intent: just not the revisionist version. The Ten Commandments grace the doors of our Supreme Court, and Moses over looks it.

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