Letter to the Editor RTSA

Listen to any source today.

Notice the number of times the pronoun “I” is used.

I will determine who is an American.

I will determine the books in schools and libraries.

I will determine the medical standards of the nation.

I will determine the morals, values and standards of...





I am correct because I say so.

I unilaterally declare myself to be We.

I = we is a contradiction in terms.

I = we is the perfect definition of an autocrat.

The Constitution does not begin, "I the people...".

From parish to school to nation, only division and hatred will result if the only pronoun is “I.” The true, correct definition of “we” is critical in America today.

(2) comments

Sara Bocklund

I assume you are ok with Government Burocrates dictating what we can and can't do, what is right and wrong etc?

James Beer

I The People was the title of an episode of a single season tv western series Cimarron City starring George Montgomery and special guest star Fred McMurray. Look for it and you'll get a hoot out of it!

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