divine who will look down his long tax-financed nose and put you down if you dare to question His Royal Highness' Opinion.
Years ago, Christian people were warned to get their children out of these infested citadels of AntiChrist. Today's column was inspired by an article in the Chattanooga Times/Free Press, called "Young Voters Turn Expectant Eye to Congress." Among the issues which you, dear burdened taxpayer, will be expected to solve are such things as College Affordability, Health Care, Iraq, and the Environment. Try as you may, you will be hard pressed to find Paul Chavez who wrote this article and who looked up the Executive Director of Mobilize or the chairman of Minnesota Young Republicans or the Philadelphia based Association of Young Americans or the scared-of-global warming followers of the imaginations of Al Gore and his political science professor.
Let us look at the upcoming bright lights and study their fears, their first being that they won't be able to get free or cheap college. Get ready to work harder and pay more. Fear No. 2 is that they may have to fight in a war. Fear of breathing the air ranks high on their list, since there has been a warm winter.
But then there is the Big Fear. Skyler Weinand, 26, chairman of Minnesota Young Republicans said: "All our parents are baby boomers, and they are 55 to 65 right now... We're seeing them go to the doctor a lot more, and they're approaching retirement age... Me, personally, I'm kind of scared... we might have to end up supporting our parents in 15 to 20 years from now."
Now it's time for you, dear parent, to be scared of your darling offspring. Save newspaper space here and let your mind grasp what this young woman is saying. Send 'em off to get a good education so they won't have to work like you did. Isn't that why they are to be 'well educated?"
Well, Mizz Weinand, let me say that you want SOMEONE ELSE to support your parents. Namely, THE GOVERNMENT, whoever that is. It is the sincere hope of this Mockingbird that the parents of Mizz Weinand read her remarks. Christians tried to warn them years ago of the dangers of a Godless education and now the Graduate turns to her parents and says she fears that she may have to support them!
Now hear this. By God's Grace Who promised to bear His People down to old age, you won't be taking care of the Christians for they will refuse your collegiate handout. As for her parents, I would recommend they read Psalm 91 which was the Main Masthead of the old Ship of Zion and practice some old-fashioned disinheriting. And let her support her University Professor.