Your Opinion: Responses to Garber, Boldt

Dear Editor:

Milton Garber’s letter published June 19 in response to mine mentions “so many fallacies it is impossible to address them all in 400 words.” What a crock! What fallacies?

Mr. Garber, as the majority of liberal Democrats do, supports any organization who from their own words are being treated unfairly. It’s really strange to me though, that there is seldom, if ever, any consideration of freedom first, morality, logic or support for Christian principles involved in their decisions or actions with regards to these organizations they so fervently defend.

I admire Mr. Garber as a very intelligent person, but he is like most all liberals who seldom address directly any debatable subject to which they have no valid response. They always seem to create a diversion by rambling on about some related subject(s) in order to try to defend their position regardless of its validity toward a resolution to the problem at hand, which in this case is to unquestionably stand with Israel, our only ally in the Middle East.

As long as I’m responding to your June 19 published letters, one of my statements above also applies to Bob Boldt’s letter. I might as well save time and paper and respond to it. The statement to which I refer is “It’s really strange to me though, that there is seldom, if ever, any consideration of freedom first, morality, logic or support for Christian principles involved in their decisions or actions with regards to these organizations they so fervently defend.”

I only wish to say that any defense of any such perverted people as Anthony Weiner serving in our government is deplorable and can only contribute to the demise of our culture and eventually our country!

God Bless America and those serving in government with honor and values of which I would be proud to have my children admire.

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