I laughed as I read Ms. Briggs' letter wherein she characterized me as a stupid, extremist neo-Nazi. Still do. My first thought was to not respond to such ludicrousness, but after some time, it seemed to me that it was my duty:
Webster's Dictionary defines a neo-Nazi as "a member of a group espousing the programs and policies of Hitler's Nazis." Conjunctionally, Hitlerism is "the nationalistic and totalitarian principles and policies associated with Hitler." Furthermore, totalitarianism is "1: Centralized control by an autocratic society 2: The political concept that the citizen should be totally subject to an absolute state authority." An autocrat, by the way, is "1: A person (as a monarch) ruling with unlimited authority 2: One who has undisputed influence or power."
Now, who is more representative to the above definitions? People like me who believe our freedoms are granted to us by God, not the government, and that we are personally responsible as to how we exercise our freedoms? Or the Green Party, who lobbies Democrat leaders to incrementally restrict our freedoms to enjoy public land (our land) by "absolute state authority"?