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Comment Of The Week – Dennis McCutcheon

October 26, 2013

The following is from Dennis McCutcheon and has been selected as the comment of the week introduced themselves to me many years ago. Dennis introduced himself to me many years ago. He has one of the greatest personal testimonies of anyone I have heard of and/or met. His comment is in the form of a letter he wrote to the liberal crackpot from Florida, Alan Grayson pursuant to Grayson’s recent comments concerning the Tea Party. Grayson has become the poster-child for the misinformed, misguided, and hate-filled, in other words he is the poster-child for everything Obama and the Democrat Party represent. I trust you will appreciate the experience Dennis McCutcheon speaks from as he smacks Grayson into place.
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Hey Mychal,
I messaged the following on Grayson’s facebook site. Could not get an email through to him… don’t want to waste financial resources to call him from Guatemala. I realize I am casting pearls before swine, but he got my goat using a burning cross for the TEA Party. [Begin reading letter here.]

“Sir,
Your knowledge of history is sadly lacking. Gen Nathan Forrest the first Grand Dragon of the KKK was a Democrat (not a Taxed Enough Already Party member). Their first victims were the white Republican Carpet baggers sent to ‘reconstruct’ the south after the War Between the States. Gen. Forrest interestingly late in life apologized for his role in this godless circle of Democrats. No republican, and NO Taxed Enough Already Party member has ever burned a cross on anyone’s lawn. We respect the symbol of the cross to highly.
My grandfather was a member of the KKK – he was also a die hard democrat. He also was a diehard supporter of Senator Byrd, at one time the Grand Dragon of the KKK chapter in WV. When he finally came to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, he repented of that way of life. He further raised his sons and grandsons to oppose such hatred.
Do you know anyone in the TEA Party? Have you had a discussion with any one of them? Have you ever heard a statement that supported white supremacy come out of any of their meetings or literature? Rhetorical questions. TEA Party welcomes constitutional supporting members (notice no mention of religion or race). Some of our favorite speakers have a little increased melanin in their skin. Find one and ask them how many crosses have the TEA Party burned in their yards.
You are race baiting to try to get votes. Shame on you. I ask you for a deserved apology which I am sure you would want to share publicly now that you know a little history of the symbol you used to defame some of the best patriots this land has seen in years.
Sincerely,
Dennis McCutcheon”

Not holding my breath for a reply.

In Christ,
Dennis McCutcheon
Vice President
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Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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