In regards to George Day's column on Wed. Nov. 14, I find his commentary very bigoted, and substantively wrong. Mr. Day has his right to an opinion, but he does not have the right to comment what is in the minds of Southern voters, because he doesn't have a clue. I am tired of the liberal left, trying to paint us “Southerners” as ignorant, greedy, war mongers. Mr. Day, I didn't vote for Obama because he is black, but because he believes in gay marriage, late term abortions, and trying to promote a government that gets into everyones lives in every facet. I hope that Bloombergs of America, don't come to Brownwood to cut out our salt, sodas, and fat content. Mr. Day, if people didn't vote for Obama, it is because they believe in the teachings of the Bible, which does condemn homosexuality, and murder of innocent babies, and the plethora of other issues that are contradictory to the Bible. Our nation is crumbling before our eyes, and people are sitting back and doing nothing. Mr. Day, you said in your last sentence: “Americans now understand the corporate propaganda of lies and distortions.” What is propaganda and distortion, is your rhetoric.

Judie Turner