CHALLENGING JESSE JACKSON

By Columnist Mychal Massie, September 2006
Forwarded by Frieda-Lynn

Dear Rev. Jackson:

I read with interest your Sept. 12, 2006, article “Goodwill, unity, money have been squandered since Sept. 11,” which appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times.

I do not object, as such, to your poisonous screed directed at President Bush. I object to the substance that so freely flows from your mouth and that can best be likened unto that which is consistent with encopresis - albeit in your case, the malady can hardly be defined as involuntary.

You purport yourself to be a minister, a reverend, a so-called man of God - but a minister is a servant and a reverend is a member of the clergy, which means said individual is to be obedient unto the God he serves. If one serves the “god” of chaos, deceit, lies, whore-mongering, dysfunction, greed and resentment, then perhaps within ecclesiastical environs it can be said you serve well.

Apart from same being the case, you are antithetical of everything that can remotely be identified as a biblical servant of the true “Living God.” But I get ahead of myself.

In the piece you wrote, our military is “stranded in Iraq with inadequate training and inadequate direction,” on what did you base that premise? On what basis do you brand the finest all-volunteer military in the history of civilization as poorly trained and inept? Or was your statement an effluence based on an apriori moment designed to gain political points for the upcoming election?

You spoke of “catastrophic climate change, global pandemics and
unsustainable trade deficits” but you never make mention of the catastrophic zeitgeist that has wreaked havoc and “more economic damage” upon the community you self-servingly claim to represent.

You are never heard making reference to the “pandemic” level of black on black crime, black abortion rates, black single-parent homes (albeit you contributed to those numbers) and black criminal behavior, all of which threatens the future of blacks as a whole.

You wrote that the president, “instead of asking Americans to sacrifice to meet the challenge (of 9/11), called on them, literally, to go shopping.” You condescendingly wrote, “He allowed business as usual to go on in Washington.”

I ask you, how much more could Americans have sacrificed than watching their innocent family members and co-citizens perish? How much more sacrifice could the president have called upon the people to make? Or by sacrifice were you saying that the president could have called upon Americans to give more pints of blood or more supplies to charity groups that were immediately besieged with donations?

Perhaps you reasoned that ordinary people performing extraordinary acts of volunteerism and acts of mercy were not sacrifice enough. Or were you suggesting that President Bush should have ordered everyone to hide under their kitchen tables and quake in fear?

What part of the American spirit do you perceive wasn't grieving after those attacks? What do you believe the people of Washington and its metropolitan area experienced daily as they commuted past the final resting place of those aboard United Flight 77? What would you have done differently? How would you have displayed leadership?

In the article, you spoke of the 9/11 commission being nonpartisan. Does that include Richard Ben-Veniste and Jamie Gorelick? You derided the very intelligence tools that have prevented terrorist attacks on our soil since 9/11.

You intentionally and erroneously labeled domestic eavesdropping as warrantless wiretapping,” never mentioning that it prevented Lyman Farris
from blowing up the Brooklyn Bridge, was instrumental in protecting the Sears Towers and was key in uncovering the UK suicide bombers' plan to blow up 10 international passenger planes just one month ago.
You blame the president for bringing “discredit to the nation across the world.”

My question to you is, who brought discredit on the nation in 1979
when we had a president who betrayed a trusted ally and was unable to free Americans held hostage?

Who rought “discredit” on America in the years preceding 9/11, as the mongrel followers of a pedophile and false god bombed American interests around the world? Is President Bush to blame for the 1993 World Trade Tower bombings?

You referred to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld as “ugly and dishonest.” I ask you, is that not a more appropriate self-description? You are the man who rubbed the blood of a fallen hero on your clothing and then lied, saying he died in your arms.

Shall we outline your financial dealings?

You claim the president's credibility is gone, when in truth it is you who has no credibility. President Bush is fulfilling the role of his office. But as a minister, can the same be said of you?

Are you fulfilling God's prescripts for the priestly office you claim to hold? How many people have you personally led to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ? How many people have you preached the salvation message to? What have you done to bring glory and honor to the name of Christ? Is that what you were doing as you paraded your pregnant mistress around the White House while supposedly ministering to a president taken with sexual sin of his own?

“Goodwill, unity, money” have indeed been squandered, but not since 9/11. They have been squandered on you and your morally depraved kind. You claim a title that should offer “hope,” but instead you offer fool's parsley.

My prayer for you would be, and is, that you would confess the error of your ways while there is yet time, because the “Living God” takes a dim view of those who intentionally lead his children astray.

Sincerely,

Mychal S. Massie

P.S. I am available to debate you, anywhere, on the relative principles of your ersatz theology versus true Christianity.
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Mychal Massie is a nationally recognized political activist, pundit and columnist. He is host of the widely popular talk show “Straight Talk.” He has appeared on the Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, Comcast Cable and talk radio programming nationwide. He is a former self-employed business owner of over 30 years and a member of the conservative public policy institute National Center for Public Policy Research-Project 21.