Keep religion and punditry separate
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Religion, politics, Santorum. Speaking of Satan taking over America brought the devil out on talk radio.
The elite the likes of Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh wearing their pretense of faith on their sleeves pretending to be believers never showing any remorse for those they attack.
For the minister to speak of the divine is fine, but the politician, talk radio hosts and pundits, masters of deceit, should keep church and punditry separate just as the constitution decrees the government should keep church and government separate.
They know not of what they speak for Hannity to continually call Obama the anointed one is blasphemy and Limbaugh laughs at the mention of the word divinity.
The worst thing to encounter in life other than a stick up man in an alley is a Bible-toting individual that doesn't know the Bible other than a pamphlet he/she read at day church.
Those that say their little prayer I didn't have sex yesterday I didn't have it today it's off to heaven I go is preposterous.
Who would have ever dreamt the presidential election would get down to I didn't do it yesterday I didn't do it today with Rush Limbaugh being the arbitrator of who's a slut or not.
Parole Board part of the problem
I am writing in regard to the articles about the overcrowding in the West Virginia prison systems.
One problem that is prevalent that has not been addressed is the amount of people denied parole.
The parole board denies many inmates parole in these overcrowded regionals for not being in a DOC facility. They line them up by the dozens and refuse them parole. It's not the inmates fault they are still in the regional jail, it's the state's. This is outright discrimination plain and simple.