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Letter to the editor: The conclusion of election 2016

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Monday, March 13, 2017 06:26 am
The presidential campaign displayed an equal distribution of wealth party versus a party that is fascinated by such things as corvette collections. Voters are poorly read because of the huge influence of sports and TV. Our minds are becoming incapable of discerning differences, so personalities rather than issues dominate. We accept candidates who are not classical readers. People are different, and yet equality in ability is taught in our institutions.

Many still believe that political partisanship is a virtue. Most do not attend church regluarly; and if they do they often worship a god who will make them rich.

Both Trump and Clinton are now adults who never grew out of their childish immaturities of the 1960s. She was a hippie flower child whose father never demanded truth. He was a spoiled, ill-manned egomaniac whose father forgot to spank often.

Most of us desired our religion to be the main source of our children’s thoughts only to later find out that the idea of “no rights or wrongs” has been fed to them by humanistic teachers in government schools. Contrary to Reagan, the federal Department of Education still controls local schools.

Most underestimate the long-term damage produced by public education. a critical thinking adult is not gone from society.

The TV has become our source of wisdom. Debt is no longer feared; and only a few realize that education is the cheap defense of nations (Edmund Burke).

Herb Summers

 

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