Letters | Reverse gay marriage decision; abolish the IRS

07/19/2013 4:58 PM

07/22/2013 7:24 AM

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Gay marriage

Supreme Court ruling

Violates God’s law

As a veteran U.S. Army sergeant, I proudly served our country from 1964 to 1970. The appalling decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in favor of same sex marriage is an abomination in the Old and New Testament: Leviticus 20:13 and Romans 1:24-32.

We must obey and use all the laws of our land, contact senators, congress, President Obama, use churches, the internet, any legal means, to have this law overturned.

As the inspired Apostle Peter declared,”We ought to obey God rather than men,” Acts 5:29. For Jesus says,”He hath appointed a day in which He will judge the world,” Acts 17:31.

Which side will you be on?

Denny Owens

Myrtle Beach


Join movement to end

IRS tax collection

Americans everywhere want the Congress to abolish the IRS.

The IRS is totally corrupt. It cannot be fixed. Our representatives need to end the failed tax system and start all over. We want them to create a new, simple, understandable tax plan to fund the federal government, then create a smaller, efficient and honest agency to administer it. That would put an end to the corrupt bureaucracy once and for all.

We want to pay our taxes, but we don’t want the IRS to be stealing our money and calling it taxes. Hard-working taxpayers all over America deserve better.

Please write and/or call your senators and congressmen and ask them to support legislation to abolish the IRS. To add your name to the Senate petition, call 800-656-8845.

If we do not demand an end to the corruption that’s going on in Washington DC, our representatives will think we don’t care about what they do with our tax dollars.

Jane Kenny


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