Letters to the Editor

Disappointed with Tea Party speaker

Editor:
I attended the June 18 Brookings Harbor Tea Party meeting.
I appreciated the invocation in the name of God the Father, and his Son. I liked the pledge of allegiance to one nation under God.
I was disappointed in the keynote atheist libertarian speaker. I agree progressive income tax, centralized banking and the abolition of private property are part of Marx and Engels communist manifesto. However, what the speaker failed to mention is that our Founding Fathers’ enumerated in the Declaration of Independence that our unalienable rights come from God.
The keynote speaker needs to read Andrew Breitbart’s book, “Righteous Indignation.” Breitbart is the blogger who discredited ACORN and congressman Weiner. Breitbart is not a deeply religious man, but explains in his book, we will not win the political war if we do not win the cultural war. Cultural Marxism is an attack against the Christianized West, as the obstacle standing in the way of a communist new world order. After WW I Marxism began attacking the Christian church, establishment schools, and conservative morals.
In my new book coming out January 2012, “Tea Party Culture War, A Conflict of World Views,” I explain the tea party·cannot win the cultural war if we do not understand the root problem is a spiritual battle.
May God Bless America.
Steve Johnston
Brookings

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