Good did not defeat evil
Published: Thursday, December 6, 2012, 8:59 p.m.
Updated: Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Re. the Rev. Darlene Ryniec's letter, “Put aside the hate” (Nov. 26), in which she stated that good defeated evil in the election: Where did she acquire her Bible and training? Apparently her Bible teaches that we should be accepting and nonjudgmental of whatever vile behavior someone chooses.
How does President Obama's acceptance of abortion and homosexual marriage, association with communists and socialists, and 20 years of listening to the Rev. Jeremiah Wright's sermons espousing hatred for America and white people define him as “good”?
This writer is one of the millions of misguided, naive and/or apathetic people who form their opinions from ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, CNN and PBS. These so-called unbiased news sources have been exposed as essentially Democratic Party operatives. I believe their propaganda guided and effected the election outcome.
Consider just one example of media bias: When Mitt Romney downsized failing companies to make them more efficient and avoid failing, the media called him a “corporate raider.” When Obama did the same at GM and Chrysler — costing untold thousands of jobs — he was proclaimed a “savior.”
Obama has accomplished nothing “good” for the country. He has demonstrated amoral behavior and the ability to do nothing well except read a teleprompter.
By re-electing Obama, we have abandoned traditional Judeo-Christian and American values. To call that good over evil is preposterous.
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Spot on Bob. Well said. I would like to add an example of the media's leftist bias that you mentioned. My wife and I watched both the DNC and RNC conventions. During the RNC conventions, "alphabet" channels broke to "expert commentary" each time a member of a minority or a woman spoke in support of Gov. Romney, promoting the false impression that Mitt is out of touch with minorities and women. Note that CSPAN broadcast it in its entirety.
Submitted by: John on Friday, December 7, 2012
Well written and I agree completl. Jack Best, West Deer Twp