To the Editor: Letter writer apologizes PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by John Miller   
Wednesday, 06 January 2010 09:41
Let me begin by offering my sincere apology to all those people of faith, that did neither provoke, nor deserve, the product of my frustration. You have always been, and remain, the loyal and dutybound thread, that bonds the very fabric of our society together, and I am truly sorry for any undue duress I may have brought upon you.
Next, I would like to appeal to that causative spirit, born of the disheartening experience brought forth when, in the rush to judgment on an opponent's position or perspective, the philosophical reasoning of "context" is not applied. In my appeal, I speak specifically to those well intentioned Christian soldiers, who have so very often, just as I have here, had to fall back, reflect, regroup, and march onward, in spite of it.
My frustration was born of the blatant stupidity and hatred of one man, his name is Bill O'Reilly. Unfortunately, I let this man's "rally to hate" accomplish the task for which it was designed. In my appeal, I only ask that those people offended by my words, revisit the same within the contextual confines of which they were born and intended. Thank each of you.
John Miller
Jackson Street
Bowling Green

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