Letter to the editor from Mandy Dobson.

Here’s a letter to the editor from Mandy Dobson:

I have been a Baxter County resident all of my life. Obviously, the lawsuit has been filed from a moved-in Yankee. The people who move from Chicago and other northern areas need to realize they now live in the Bible Belt. They need to stay out of our traditions we have in our area.

All these people talk about is how they do it “up north,” and that it is so much better than “down here.” If you don’t like how we do things here, then move back to where you came from.

Wheeeeeeeee!

I have been a Baxter County resident all of my life.

You still don’t get to override the law.

Obviously, the lawsuit has been filed from a moved-in Yankee.

Because nobody from the South could possibly be offended by the government giving preferential treatment to a particular religious group in violation of the Constitution.  Hey!  I’m from this town and, were I still here, I’d happily be the plaintiff in a lawsuit if the country doesn’t allow other groups equal representation or move the nativity to private property.  So how about you don’t speak for me, Mandy?

The people who move from Chicago and other northern areas need to realize they now live in the Bible Belt. They need to stay out of our traditions we have in our area.

The Constitution still applies in the bible belt.  And if your traditions violate the Constitution then it is your traditions, not the Constitution, that need to go.

All these people talk about is how they do it “up north,” and that it is so much better than “down here.” If you don’t like how we do things here, then move back to where you came from.

Yes, go back to where the Constitution also applies.  I have a better idea: instead of turning a blind eye to the abridgement of liberty, how about we stay here and fight it?  I like that idea.

If you want to tell Mandy that the law applies in the South just as much as the North, go to the comments and be heard.


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