Letter: Senator is a false teacher
The expression "double standards" is appropriate. In Alan Welle's letter (Public Forum, Sept. 26), he writes about the supposed lies that were told about Sen. Dean Johnson. However, Welle ignores the lies in ads against Michael Cruze, pro-life an...
The expression "double standards" is appropriate. In Alan Welle's letter (Public Forum, Sept. 26), he writes about the supposed lies that were told about Sen. Dean Johnson. However, Welle ignores the lies in ads against Michael Cruze, pro-life and pro-family people.
Johnson used his position to sacrifice a $100 million health and human services program for the poor, so that taxpayers would still pay for the killing of unborn children? If not, then why didn't he allow that bill to be voted on? If Johnson were pro-life, he would have supported that bill. In 2004, taxpayers paid $1.4 million for abortions in this state.
Johnson claims he ran an honest campaign. Yet he said Michael Cruze ran for sheriff as a Republican. There is no party designation for sheriff candidates. Johnson lied.
Putting fliers on cars in church parking lots is legal, but it's a waste of time. If those in the church don't already know or care what the Bible says about abortion, homosexuality and marriage, what help is a flier? Senator Johnson, though, says he can't take the Bible literally. If he's saying he can't take the Bible's statements on abortion (killing children), homosexual practices, and one male plus one female marriage literally, then he's not a shepherd of the sheep. According to the Bible, he's a false teacher.
Do you still want Senator Johnson representing you?
Gordon Carlson Spicer