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About hannah

Troublemaker

I am surprised by

how many people like to gossip,
how many people like to prognosticate
how many people like to give orders
how many people like to commiserate
how many people like to assign blame
how many people like to fixate on persons
how many people like to exclude

Loony letter response

From the Brunswick News:

Letters to the editor are opinions that sometimes cross over the line in reason and judgment. This includes mine as well. One such letter recently submitted by Monica Smith of St. Simons Island — who must be a U.S. constitutional authority with her certainty of its interpretation — reaches a new plateau of loony. She as well as many of our black-robed politicians have amended, twisted and distorted our constitution to meet their own agenda of how the world, should be.

The original Constitution had only 4,543 words, counting the signatures. Since the states signing on to be part of the United States, our document has been amended 27 times and now has 7,541 words, making it still the smallest constitution in the world for larger countries. Perhaps many of The News’ readers connect the same dots I do in that many so called constitutional decisions are reached which have no correlation whatsoever to do with our founding document.

Mrs. Smith’s polluted thinking aside, she is more than likely correct that someone will challenge that legal and illegal immigrants — in fact the rest of the world — are protected by the constitution. It matters little to those who think like Mrs. Smith that the results are bankruptcy, loss of sovereignty, etc. It is thoughts such as those expressed by Mrs. Smith that are destroying our country — once the greatest man has ever known. Too bad.

Felton Hudson

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The Composition of Deceit

Or perhaps it would be better to enumerate the varied modes of behavior that end up perverting reality. Lies are actually the least offensive because easiest to demonstrate. What’s worse?
Half-truths
Non-sequiturs
Disguise
Distraction