To the Readers' Forum:
I'm writing in regard to Norman Carlson's letter in the Readers' Forum title ''Liberals Have Different Rules on Race.'' Norm, I must say, you have hit the nail on the head. I would like to give my take on this very issue.
As we all know, politics makes for strange bedfellows, to say the least. Referring to norm's article, there is but only one rule the liberals use concerning race. In the game of poker it's called. If one is afraid of losing the game, it's time to play your ace in the hole. This, over the years, has worked quite well for their movement. They do this without concern or regard for those it may affect in a negative way. Frankly, these are the voters that don't really matter to their movement. There would be no votes there anyway for the cause. Without prejudice, I must add at one time those that led their movement knew what the true meaning of ''liberal'' meant in the world of politics.
Today's movement has had the misfortune of no longer having level headed leadership, thus, the outer boundaries of politics is pushed. What these ultra-liberal views have caused is a strange bedfellow to emerge and the parallelism of the liberal movement with the Communist Party.
Bull, you may say. I beg you doubters to go back to 1958 at the first legal meeting of the Communist Party. Take a look at their list of party goals; there are 28 in all. Read them, put a check mark by all on that agenda have been met by your movement. The facts being what they are, it's a safe assumption to say that the liberal movement of our present time is nothing more than the modern day Communist Party. The facts are the facts and can't be denied. So, I say, join their party, show yourselves. It's obvious you have done all their work for them. So join; that way we can get back to the business at hand.
''Liberty and patriotism go hand in hand'' with no wiggle room for those who chose to destroy it. A little common sense will go a long way, but you've pretty much made that a race issue too.
A wiseman once said ''Be careful of what you wish for, you may very well get it and then some.''