Talk about a backlash

Editor:

Absolutely wonderful to see the response to Boston, Chicago and Washington, D.C ., banning Chick-fil-A from their cities saying their values aren’t the values of their cities. Talk about a backlash. Now they look like the intolerant fools they are and, face it, like most liberals in this country.

I have nothing against most gays, but I’m sick of those expecting special rights that detract from the rights of others and destroying an institution, marriage, which has been around for centuries. Marriage between one man and one woman has been the cornerstone of civilization for as far back as you want to go. When they began to tear down the meaning of this institution in favor of how you have sex, it was a mistake future generations will pay for. When you degrade marriage and religion, you take away that which has made this country civil and a great nation.

You need look no further than our schools to see the results of removing God, whichever one you worship, from them. You look in the eyes of most of the teens today and you see anger, hostility, and some just look dead inside. They treat their parents and all adults as the enemy. They’re miserable and show it in the way they act out by damaging one another, themselves and property not belonging to them. They’re being taught that if someone has more than they have, it had to have been taken from them and it should be redistributed without them having to lift one finger.

Remember. You reap what you sow.

Catherine Spencer

Cortez

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