Because the letter-writer isn’t a politician, preacher, or other public figure, we won’t embarrass or promote him by using his full name. His first name is Robert. We’ll give you some excerpts from his letter, enhanced with our Curmudgeonly commentary and some bold font for emphasis. Here we go!
The Science Channel tells us that life evolved on this planet as we emerged from the sea. Another program segment tells us that all the water on this earth came from comets. Another program feature told us about manmade global warming. The list goes on and on.
Yeah, it’s pretty bad. Robert should stay with the History Channel, which is all about ancient aliens, Nostradamus, and haunted houses. Let’s read on:
For decades our public schools have been force feeding this junk science into the heads of vulnerable children from kindergarten to 12th grade. Our students are not being told the other side of the debate at all.
That’s horrible! Robert continues:
In fact, the Democrats, led by Al Gore and our public school educators, want to pass a law that says there will be no arguments against the teachings of their science.
It’s difficult to know what Robert is referring to. Regarding evolution, we know that in government-run schools, creationism can’t be presented as science, but that’s not Al Gore’s issue. Your Curmudgeon doesn’t have time to follow the controversy over climate change, but a quick search reveals that, yes, some are seriously seeking to outlaw dissent — see The imploding cabal to criminalize climate dissent. Here’s more:
Now Obama and the Democrats on the U.S. Supreme Court are forcing everyone to accept their version of gay marriage as a normal lifestyle. The number of worldwide deaths from AIDS and other related diseases should prove otherwise.
Robert has a wide range of interests — and he’s not done yet. Moving along:
Also, the Democrats in the U.S. Department of Justice want everyone to think that transgender bathrooms are the best thing that happened in America since sliced bread and should also be force fed to our students in all of the public schools from kindergarten to 12th grade, instead of reading and math, which are essential subjects to know for all skilled jobs.
At least Robert has no problem with teaching math. We wonder if he knows about The Scriptural Value Of Pi? And here’s now the letter ends:
The more our government passes laws against God’s will, the more disasters and tragedies will come our way. God Bless America.
We should heed Robert’s warning, dear reader. All laws should be based on the bible.
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