Rep. Tom Riner
Kentucky House of Representatives
Dear Rep. Riner,
It's a shame that Gov. Beshear refused to follow the law and include the phrase, "The safety and security of the Commonwealth cannot be achieved apart from reliance upon Almighty God" in the state Homeland Security Departments annual report. I'm very worried about this. God's protected Kentucky well since you passed the bill--as far as I know, there have been no terrorist incidents in the state during that time.
But what happens now? You know, God must be very angry about being slighted in this way. It's very likely he's going to just turn his back on Kentucky and allow it to become a secular terrorist's paradise (if he doesn't just smite you all with hemorrhoids in your secret parts or kill your firstborn). Think about it. You could be overrun with terrorist secularists, or worse yet, teachers, bent on destroying the Kentucky way of life. Heck, they might even cause you to jump up to 47th in the national high school graduation rankings.
You can prevent it by filing a suit against the governor to require him to put the phrase back into his reports. You might also consider passing another bill that would make writing the phrase the only requirement for graduating high school. It's all a kid needs to know anyway, and it beats the alternative: raising taxes to pay for an adequate education.
Gen. JC Christian, patriot