-Steven Clark Bradley
Here are the well-written words from an email of one of my friends on Face Book and my response. Please read them from my friend and myself and consider both points of view.
Email: You have every right to your opinion, but I have the right to reject your Anti-American revolutionary babble. Your citations and quotes couldn't be less applicable to a great man, a man who has done everything possible to bring jobs back to a brutal economy. The administration he inherited - the tyrant known as Bush between his illegal war-mongering, and his use of the 4th amendment as toilet paper as privacy and rights from unreasonable searches were crushed - you want to vent, there's your boy. Even just after leaving Office - Bush is considered one of the top five worst president's of all time. Furthermore, your beef with our association with China is about 30 years too late as we have been a slave to their cheap goods and labor decades before Mr. Obama came to office. We may be struggling, but we are still the greatest country on the face of the earth. Unlawful, unjustified revolution is not the answer to your issues....have patience.My Response: So, you consider Bush a tyrant, and I see Obama as one. Are we not both exercising our civil and devinely inspired right to freedom of speech? So, I applaud your very vibrant and and hearty response to what I believe to be a man determined to destroy the nation.
I am not a Bush supporter either. Yet, I will say to you, it is not Anti-American to say your mind and to speak what you regard to be the truth. In contrast, it is un-American though to condemn those who do. I celebrate your speaking out as you see it, please celebrate my right to do the same. Greatness is a very relative term. There are those today who regard Jesus as a savior and Lord of Creation, as i do. There are still those who praise Hitler for his exploits in evil. Though viewing Hitler in any light other than evil is to praise a devil, everyone has the right to think what they want and say what they believe.
You regard Obama as a hero, and that is your right to feel so. Though I may regard you visually impaired and logically challenged in your perspective and your rationale for it, it remains your right to think so and to say so as you please. In fact, I may not agree with your view of Obama or Bush, but I would lay down my life to defend your right to believe it. For such descent is the essence of freedom itself.
So, you should not get upset when someone attacks your beloved leaders. It happens to me everyday. Instead, you should thank God we can still muster the courage to stand up, speak up and never shut up! I hope you also will never cease to say what you think.
In our own special way, you and I are keeping Liberty alive. But, if we shut up or are forced to keep quiet, that we in our own way will have helped bring the American experience to an end. Thank you for telling me what you think. I think you are a great American!
Steven Clark Bradley
That I will faithfully execute The office of President of the United States...
and will to the best of my ability...
The Constitution of
the United States...
So, help me God...
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