For a man supposedly intent on a little peace, love and understanding, James Everett (in his column “Why turn to the Power of Hate?”), certainly spends a lot of time spewing hatred and venom at conservatives for expressing their opinions.

To the editor:

Why turn to the power of truth?

For a man supposedly intent on a little peace, love and understanding, James Everett (in his column “Why turn to the Power of Hate?”), certainly spends a lot of time spewing hatred and venom at conservatives for expressing their opinions.

It is quite ironic that he has the gall to quote Joseph Goebbels, when the likes of President Obama, Eric Holder, Rahm Emanuel, Robert Gibbs and other appointed ministers of spin and propaganda execute their liberal agendas and cloaking methods every day in the finest tradition of Goebbels. After all, the Nazis were socialists, even though today’s socialists want us to forget that.

Mr. Everett further rants about the supposed “hate” on American airwaves. Has he even really objectively listened to Limbaugh, Beck, Savage and others for any extended amount of time? I doubt it. I suppose his idea of “love of all mankind as taught by Jesus” is what comes from the mouths of Keith Olbermann, Rachel Maddow and their liberal ilk.

Isn’t it strange that when conservatives stand up against the current prevailing social excesses that they are immediately condemned as obstructionists, racists or worse? Hating and ridiculing Sarah Palin, Bill O’Reilly and others, including black conservatives, is deemed OK. How dare they or any others complain about high taxes, reverse discrimination, illegal aliens, Obama care or other social engineering atrocities committed by the present Marxist-inspired ruling elite? The end justifies the means, you see.

It is also blatantly hypocritical that Mr. Everett would find nothing wrong with his wish that the Federal Communications Commission shut up the print media and talk radio. Amazingly, he accuses them of a conspiracy because they haven’t already limited the “hate.” Yes, Hitler would have been proud of such thinking.

More amazingly, Mr. Everett evokes our founding fathers in his closing paragraph. Talk about the audacity of hypocrisy – the founding fathers would grind their teeth at the limits on free speech that Mr. Everett and his progressive/liberal friends would impose on Americans if he and they had their way.

No, Mr. Everett, conservatives and traditionalists will not go silently into that good night as you wish we would.

We are the silent majority no more.