For the publisher:
Oh my God, Mr. Becht, what did you find out? Could your real problem be that Trump is gone? That the absence of your hatred for him leaves a void in your mind? That you now see for the first time in four years what your hatred for a man has done?
Now you are wondering why and what Republicans fear / hate. The answer is simple, the right has remained in self-defense mode against the destructive policies aimed at Trump. This was brought about by the amazement of Democrats on how to control a “Not political” chair and a lack of common sense. In a majority Democratic Congress, the left is currently in a binge eating. The balance must be restored! If you think for a moment that the right will fall and overturn, you need to rethink your position. You’re asking the wrong questions.
Let’s be clear. I don’t hate you or the Democrats. I hate what you’ve stood for for the past four years. The traditional left was a tax and spending party that believed more government would be better. The law was that less taxes, less government and more independent businesses generate income.
I am afraid of people who align themselves with the agenda of the left. I am afraid that if the left remains unchecked, our republic is doomed. The left advocates the ideas and politics of the Green New Deal, non-gender (cannot distinguish between the sex of a man or a woman), BLM (a communist doctrine), gun control, police bashing, federal election controls, the $ 15 minimum wage, remission of student loans, repairs, opening of borders, destruction of historic monuments, plea for Supreme Court stacking, new taxes that could be the biggest increase in history.
Yes, Mr. Becht, I am afraid but not hate. I am afraid of the loss of my life and of my quest for happiness, of my freedom of expression. I am afraid that my currency will fail due to uncontrolled spending. I am afraid that freedom of thought will be limited and that the education of our children will be dictated by bureaucrats who do not share my values. I am afraid that the government will one day take up my arms, my self-defense against tyranny! Yes Mr. Becht, I’m afraid of you and people like you and what you’re trying to accomplish. I am afraid of anyone who is not afraid of government control.
If you can’t see how liberal leftist doctrine has affected college campuses and influenced “Educated” people, you are one of them. It looks like you are supporting the left. If you were on the left that hated Trump, you can’t call me a liberal because I didn’t like him. I liked what he did. The left hated him because he defended the principles of the right. Trump was an arrogant businessman who knew how to get things done. The left feared and hated it. This fear was based on the hatred to crush him at every turn. Don’t even try to question the law about fear or hate. In the times we live in today, this new political hatred and fear was invented by the left with the help of big media and tech giants when Trump was elected.
I respect any Democrat who believes in their basic tax and spending philosophy. But do not trample me with the moral, biological or abstract measures of the left designed to control the population. Tell me, where is the freedom under government control?
You used the correct analogy with puppies turning into dogs. In the real world, dogs mature and hear sheep! I fear that Mr. Becht has played your hand soon and that you have revealed the insecurity of your own position. My advice is not to be a sheep! Don’t be afraid of less government. It will leave you alone to make your own way in life. Or is that what you really fear?
Michael C. Spahr