- The Washington Times - Tuesday, November 4, 2008

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

We, as the silent majority of America, have sat back for years upon end and gone along with what our government seems to think is correct as defined by those citizens who have drifted away from what our Constitution states. It is about time that we, the silent majority, speak out and take an active interest in making our point very clear to our government that enough is enough. Yes, we as the silent majority, have allowed our government to be directed by what those citizens think is correct by not speaking up to their ludicrous behavior.

Is it common sense for our government not to adopt this new “religion” that has developed, which is full of diversities, when the very word diversity means disunity? We founded a country on similarities, not diversities. Not one nation has survived as a multiculture. We are one country, one culture, one language. This is what our Founding Fathers formed our country to be.

It is common sense to stand up for our country and not act like frightened little children and make a stand for what is right, constitutionally.

What has happened to one country, one culture, one language? You want unity - change your way of thinking, America. It is time that we all become just plain Americans, or is that too much common sense?

THE REV. ANDREW E. RANHOSKY

Chester, S.C.

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