This is a response to Mr. Cutter's "Evil in Homeland."
After having their liberal Presidential candadite lose the election, lose seats in both the Senate and the House, with no party leadership, no party direction, no party vision, the liberal Democrats have now stooped to a new low, by becoming America haters.
Now they will not come right out and say that they hate America, mind you, but they will come out and say things like: "The way America does this or that is evil," or "We should compromise for the good of the whole of Mankind." This group of people would trade the Sovereignty of America for a rule under the United Nations quicker then you could say "Zell Miller."
Now in light of this, we can see that there is no doubt that Mr. Cutter is part of this liberal Democrat group that hates America from evidence found in his article "Evil in the Homeland."
First of all, just to show you how disillusioned this group is, Mr. Cutter compares the priest scandals in the Catholic Church to the torturing of terrorists. While the priest scandals are serious, both to the Catholic Church and to those who are involved with the abuse trials, comparing the abuse trials to the torturing of terrorists just shows how much this group hates America, and the current President and his administration. Let me clarify my point. Yes, the abuse of children by clergy is wrong. Yes, for what these men have done to the young people and children of their Parishes, they should be locked up in jail and never be let out. Yes, I am quite sure that there is a extra warm place in hell prepared for such people. But to compare - or even to say that it is more important than what the men and women in the armed forces are doing to protect and defend our Nation and our American way of life, this is just plain foolish.
Despite what liberals may say or tell you, there are groups of people all over the earth who would love to kill Americans and destroy our way of life. Let us not forget the three thousand people who were murdered on September 11th, 2001. In light of this fact, we have brave American soldiers and military specialists all over the world trying to stop and to destroy these groups of people before another attack on America can take place.
Then Mr. Cutter uses the line "torture is evil," spewing out some liberal trash about how the "ideology of evil rest in the heart of our present government."This shows two things about the character of Mr. Cutter. One, as I said before, he is no doubt a liberal America-hating Democrat; and two, he does not have respect or support for those who are bravely serving our country overseas, defending our homeland at all costs. Mr. Cutter, I would propose to you that the terrorists who flew the planes into the World Trade Center didn't think about the people who were in it. They didn't think about the victim's families, their children, and certainly not the feelings of the people who were in the buildings. They didn't think about the pain and suffering they were going to cause. No, they were out to kill Americans and to destroy our way of life. Given this fact, what you and your liberal party call "torture" is nothing more then our brave soldiers defending the nation they love at whatever price.
I would like to pull some quotes from Mr. Cutter's article to show how much he really hates America:
"The legitimate 'ideology of evil' - the true insidious threat to our society in the heart of our present government."
"The Bush administration - for all their public evasions - condones the use of torture, and is actively engaged in its practice."
"Guilty of complicity in crimes against humanity: John McCain (R-AZ), Lincoln Chafee (R-RI), Bill Frist (R-TN), Joseph Lieberman (D-CT), Chuck Hagel (R-NE), Olympia Snowe (R-ME), Arlen Specter (R-PA), Bill Nelson (D-FL), Susan Collins (R-ME), John Warner (R-VA)Öitís quite a list, and it goes on."
"Indeed, is it unfair to suggest that every citizen who voted for George W. Bush in the last election should be labeled evil as well?"
"In the words of Bob Herbert 'How in the world did we become a country in which gaysí getting married is considered an abomination, but torture is O.K.?'"
"In a civilized society, this should be a no-brainer - torture is wrong; it is grossly immoral; it is illegal. Any decent human being knows that. This category excludes George W. Bush. And Alberto Gonzales. And sixty United States senators.And sixty-two million American voters."
Mr. Cutter is nothing more then a cry-baby liberal who is still bitter over the loss of John Kerry's presidential race, one who is even more bitter now that the agenda of President Bush and his administration is successful both overseas and here in America; and who realizes that the liberal wing of the party that he belongs to is has no hope for the future and that the future of the Republican Party under the Leadership of President George W. Bush is bright.
Matthew McDonald can be reached at email@example.com.