Well, it only took five days for some wingnut to respond to Dianne Kelly’s delicious brevity that appeared in the Sentinel Record on September 5, 2015:
Why pray for Trump?
Concerning the large “Pray For Trump” sign located on the bypass between Airport and McLeod Street, before I pray for Mr. Trump, I really need to know why he needs our prayers. To win the election? Or, that he might seek help from the medical profession for his psychotic outbursts, help from experienced statesmen about the affairs of the world or help from Miss Manners to correct his poor etiquette?
Dianne Kelly, a subscriber
Incidentally, I took Jack Elder’s bait and visited the website referenced in his wild-and-crazy response to Ms. Kelly. What a mess of anti-Christian hatred! A mish-mash of anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant, anti-Obama and anti-Clinton paranoia (the website, not Mr. Elder’s letter, although the same could be said of either)… I tried to find out who is behind the website (who is paying for it and maintaining it), but they have taken deliberate steps to remain anonymous and their domain name is, ironically, registered in Canada. USA! USA!
— Monsieur d’Nalgar
On Page 10A of our Sept. 5, 2016, newspaper, “Letters to the editor,” a letter from Dianne Kelly was mentioned under the title “Why pray for Trump?”
If Ms. Kelly had read the complete sign, she would have also seen a reference to our website at http://www.christians4donaldtrump.com. If she had visited our website, she would have found answers to all of her questions. She would have also seen that this is the most important election of our lifetime, because our American society, as we know it, will end if Hillary is elected. She would also find on the website that most of the major Christian leaders in this country are supporting Mr. Trump.
More than a vote for a personality, as Ms. Kelly believes, it is realistically a vote for the survival of Christianity in America. A review of both the Republican and Democratic platforms (policy goals) will prove this out.
From the gospel according to Matthew, chapter 12, “biblical verse” 39 (KJV):
“An evil and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall no sign be given to it…”
Sigh. All good things must come to pass. The following letter appeared in last Thursday’s (October 6 2016) edition…