Sedition?

Published: Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 09:22 AM.

Dear Editor,

As someone who has defended the USA in war and peace, I take umbrage with the demonization of the President of the United States of America in Gulf County's local press.

"Change America -- that was Obama's promise" by Ed McAteer (Special to The Star), Thursday, August 22, 2013

Ed McAteer and The Star have crossed the line between free speech and sedition.

Ed McAteer stated, "I do not believe President Obama is the Antichrist, I do believe he is one of those the evil spirits of this world..." and then quotes the Bible of a foreign power's church...as the only link to the one true God. "Most who confess to believing God and the Bible will agree..."

Ed McAteer demonizes the President of the United States and members of his administration based on Ed McAteer's Biblical perspectives based on his allegiance to the State-Religion of a foreign country.

He fails to mention that the Bible to which he is referring is the Church of England's King James Bible AV. (AV = approved version by the government of Great Britain.) The last major editing revision to the King James Biblev(KJB-AV) was by Benjamin Blayney, 1769, although KJB-AV is under almost constant adjusted editing by Oxford and Cambridge Universities. It appears that Ed McAteer believes that the U.S. should be subservient to a Bible that is the backbone of the religion of a foreign government. Also, he stated --



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