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America Land without a King: my letter to P. King

Contact King via fax 516-541-6602/202-226-2279 to express your view of his actions. I just did. I am done with the hate in this country. We need to get over ourselves and allow the sunshine and love into our lives and world view.

Rep. King

I am writing to you to denounce your actions in Washington. Our country is in a financial crisis and you are wasting money on investigating Muslims. I am not a Muslim, however; I am an American citizen. I find your actions to show fiscal irresponsibility and to be against the doctrine of equality.

Eric Rudolph and Timothy McVeigh were not Muslim. The person who put the bomb in a backpack in Spoken during the MLK parade is not Muslim. Your actions are racist and go against the doctrine of religious freedom. Your make a mockery of our military actions to maintain freedom for the citizens of this country when you seek to oppress a portion of the population currently enlisted in the United States Military.

I live unafraid and without guns in the Deep South. I suggest you start to live without fear and stop wasting taxpayers’ money. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you and you will be able to live without fear. I do.



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www.aliberalinthemidst.blogspot.com

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