Letters: The panic dial is set on a constant high _lowres


Every time I read one of those “this is the end of the world” diatribe letters, I have the same exact thought.


Mike Fuselier’s letter (End of the Western World) is chocked full of the same nonsense that we have seen over and over again for hundreds, if not thousands, of years.

In spite of what Fuselier claims, our college campuses are more conservative than they have ever been.

Their leaders are not fired because some group claims to have been wronged — they are fired because wrongdoing is rampant. Thankfully, the vast majority of our police are professionals who do their jobs very well.

However, that is not news. It is only news when an officer guns down an unarmed citizen on video. That act ruins a career, not the outcry over it.

I notice that Fuselier quotes the Bible several times. I wonder if he knows that all of these prophecies were intended to come true within the lifetime of the writer, not thousands of years later.

One other thing. Every time some religious nut thinks that the world isn’t functioning according to his very special version of whatever belief he espouses, the “end of times” croaking starts.

Give me a break.

After all that, the very worst part of Fuselier’s letter is that he has the nerve to refer to the liberals as lunatics.

Michael Hale

IT consultant

Baton Rouge