I believe that in this day and time the majority of us can agree that our country is in deep trouble. I also believe it all started going speedily downhill when we began taking God out of the decision- making policies of our country, such as abortion and gay marriages, and, especially since He is no longer welcomed in our school system. Most children have no idea who God and Jesus is. We are lulled into comfortability with our many, many gadgets that we have no time for God and His wisdom.
To the climate alarmists in Citrus County, who believe all this is about climate, when, in fact, it is about redistribution of wealth using “the sky is falling” as a ruse: The following is an editorial from Investors Business Daily. “Fraud: While the global warming alarmists have done a good job of spreading fright, they haven’t been so good at hiding their real motivation. Yet another one has slipped up and revealed the catalyst driving the climate scare.”
Recently there have been several letters bashing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, especially with regard to Trump University and a pending lawsuit against that entity. Let me say that I am not a big fan of Mr. Trump. I did not vote for him in Florida’s primary and I cringe frequently at many of his outrageous remarks.
I was not pleased nor surprised to see that a letter I submitted recently on the subject of common sense was chopped a full paragraph, the first one at that. It sets the stage for the subject that is being discussed. You set a 600-word limit and I met your requirement. So why the hack job? The blatant censorship wasn’t deserved. Was it perhaps because I was targeting one of your weekly writers a Ms. Cortney Stewart in a rebuttal to her Sunday article?
On the front page of the June 9 Chronicle, you show a picture of two people installing flooring at the George Washington Carver Community Center. You say these two people are from FloorMasters out of Jacksonville. Are there no qualified flooring installers in Citrus County, or do we feel it’s more important to provide jobs to Jacksonville residents than to Citrus County residents? Wouldn’t it be better to support Citrus County businesses instead of those from Jacksonville?