Louis Vitale has finally gone over the top with the surreal allegation that the Republican Party is without Christian principles. His usual M.O. is to point out some problem in society, quote some remote facts, and then try to transfer blame to the Republican Party, or to Sen. Jim Davis. He, and Dr. Morris, and that woman, have been doing it for years.
Instead of paying for legitimate political ads, these Democrats flood the “Letters to the Editor” every week in an attempt to discredit. The usual ploy is to claim that the Republicans will take away your government benefits. Fortunately, most people understand the ploy, and they reelected Jim Davis, one of the finest men I have met in this area. This is the first time I have heard Vitale stoop to use religious principles against a political party. He is correct in his assumption that “Christians are enamored with the Republican Party” as most of us are unhappy with the on-the-job training in the presidency, poorly negotiated trade deals, and the dangerous treaty with Iran.