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Letter to the editor: Truth

During World War II, a number of songs were written, one of which was, "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition." What does that have to do with us today? There is one huge ammunition in our country that is being seriously depleted - it's "truth....

During World War II, a number of songs were written, one of which was, "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition."

What does that have to do with us today? There is one huge ammunition in our country that is being seriously depleted - it's "truth." It seems today we have a generation, many of whom haven't been taught the difference between truth and a lie, nor right from wrong.

It doesn't help having such poor role models with corrupt officials in both political parties, colleges, public schools and, sadly, in some churches where God's word has been supplanted by man's word.

"No" is a word that children and adults alike ignore, even when asked, "What part of 'no' don't you understand?"

Yes, I know I am supposed to ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive, but it is becoming increasingly difficult with each passing day. Socialism is being taught to our young people as the golden age, yet socialism has never succeeded.

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Look at Venezuela. Unfortunately, there are too many educators who do not want students to learn the truth.

There is hope, though, because there are still some wonderful parents in this country who have taught their children from a young age the difference between truth and a lie, and right from wrong.

Please keep our nation and our president in your prayers and hope we, the people, will soon wake up to the fact that we must come together as a nation or "united we stand, divided we fall."

You still have a choice, but for how long? Why? Because George Soras is busing all over this country his mob of malicious, paid protesters to bring hate and chaos and doing everything in their power to tear this country apart by chipping away at our freedoms on a daily basis.

Dolores Zaske,

Pine River

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