To the editor:
Recently, there’s been a few articles about not drinking the Kool-Aid. Really? It looks more like the case of the kettle calling the pot black.
The guns and butter debate isn’t worth the paper that it’s printed on, when you have despots and dictators from China to Venezuela, North Korea to Iran, and Russia to Turkey. Who was it that said, “Walk softly and carry a big stick?” How many of the under-60 generations can answer it?
President Eisenhower pushed for the preaching of evolution in our schools, and look at where we are today. We hear the misguided rants and chants of the rabid left-wing radicals, repeating that we are a democracy, instead of a Republic, as well as absolute separation of Church and State. Has anyone read the Declaration of Independence lately?
Perhaps the real progressives are the conservatives. After all, what the left is really doing with their agenda, is taking us back to the days of kings and pharaohs, as well as Sodom and Gomorrah. Is it time to call the so-called progressives what they really are; regressives? Also, I prefer patriot blue to Commie red (or pink).
As for the presidential election and its fraudulent certification are concerned, I stand shoulder to shoulder with Gen. Jack Bergman. As a fellow Marine Corps veteran, Semper Fi!
The way that the left has gone after Mike Lindell is appalling. If and when cooler heads prevail, any rational, objective human-being will be willing to look at his two-hour video, “Absolute Proof.”
Finally, our wonderful governor, affectionately known as “Gestapo Gretchen,” has her own trainload of baggage; Road, Dam, and Marina Gate are just a few examples. To her credit, she did say that 5.6 million people voted in Michigan, and that’s a true statement. What I would like to know is how 8.1 million votes were tabulated, when we only have 7.8 million registered voters. Nothing to see here, folks. Just move along and keep drinking the Kool-Aid and everything will be all right.
Editor’s note: Michigan is a same-day voting state. From the state’s website:
“Since Proposal 3 passed in 2018, there is no deadline to register to vote in the State of Michigan. Michigan now allows Same Day registration. We always encourage voters to get registered ahead of time. A good place to start the registration process is the Michigan Voter Information Center and can be found at mvic.sos.state.mi.us.”
From ballotpedia.com’s page on the certification of electoral votes (January 6-7. 2021):
“This page provides an overview of the congressional certification process for the 2020 presidential election. Congress convened a joint session on January 6, 2021, to count electoral votes by state and confirm the result of the presidential election. As president of the Senate, Vice President Mike Pence (R) presided over the proceedings. On January 7, Pence declared former Vice President Joe Biden (D) the winner of the presidential election with 306 electoral votes.”