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Hypocrisy places goodness in doubt

By Staff | Aug 26, 2015

To the editor:

Armies of people march and say “Black Lives Matter.”. And other groups are even more forceful when they opine “All Lives matter.”

And, without question, both declarations are absolutely correct! Lives are precious and only evil, uncaring, and wicked morons would disagree with either statement!

Having said that, I must say that the hypocrisy of each group is absolutely incredible. On the one hand we have people that are preaching righteousness, morality, integrity, and honor. Both groups are marching with God and honoring him. Both circles deserve our respect and our admiration.

Except, how do these supposedly good people, while advocating God’s will, at the same time either look away from or support the wholesale murder of babies in the womb? In America, since the disgraceful Roe V. Wade edict more than 50 million babies have been murdered. Almost 2 million are continuing to be slaughtered each year. And if “black lives matter,” then how come in 2013 in New York more black babies were killed than were born!

And now we find that body parts are being chopped up and sold to the highest bidders.

It’s barbaric. It’s sinful. It’s un-American. And, it’s the height of hypocrisy.

When elected, officials are either silent about this murder for profit or have the gall to advocate it. Is it any wonder why they have lost our trust and our support?

It’s long past the time for the hypocrisy to end.

If “Black lives matter” and if “All lives matter,” prove it. Stop killing the babies, both black and white, stop talking out of both sides of your mouths, stop spitting in God’s face, and start marching for morality.

Those that are silent deserve the same scorn as those that are the actual murderers. And those who promote a “pro-choice” stance cannot then say that either “Black lives matter” or that “All lives matter!” Hypocrisy stinks!!!

Dick Kalfus

Cape Coral