Writer is a poor judge
Friday, May 17, 2019
In his May 10 letter to the editor about the Muller report, Vic Corey opines that "(W)e are about to expose all the crooked players in our government — the majority being lying, godless Democrats."
While we acknowledge the First Amendment right to express opinions, it seems to me that Mr. Corey has crossed the line by using the adjective “godless” in describing Democrats. I looked it up, and my Webster's defined godless as “irreligious” or “atheistic,” and “atheistic” is defined as the belief there is no god.
One has to wonder: Where does Mr. Corey get the power or insight to define anyone, a person or a group of people (Democrats in this case), as being “irreligious” or as believing there is no god? His opinion is pretentious and pompous.
He has no idea what is in the soul of any other person, regardless of that person's political leaning. He must think he is so special that he can judge the soul of another. Isn't there something about not judging, lest you be judged?
Dallas Clark Jr.