March 31, 2009

Ellen Howe in Atlanta regards enforcement of immigration law as “HATE”

Posted by D.A. King at 10:42 am - Email the author   Print This Post Print This Post  

And from the mail bag…

The following person contacted us at on March 28, 2009:

Ellen F. Howe
Atlanta, GA 30328
Email address:
“Ellen Howe” Members of the Justin Inman Society,

I suppose that none of your members are Christians, because Jesus teaches us to love everyone, and you seem to endorse a great deal of hate.
Ellen Howe

From: “D.A. King”
To: “Ellen Howe” *******************
Sent: Saturday, March 28, 2009 4:19 PM
Subject: Re: Contact from

Thanks for taking the time to write Ms. Howe. No ma’am we hate no one and most of us are Christians, some of us are Jewish and other religions – but all of us recognize that our country must secure our borders and equally apply the law – even our immigration law.

We believe that jobs and benefits in the USA should only go to people who are here lawfully.

Like they do it in Mexico.

We also are of the opinion that immigration numbers into our nation should be reasonable, sustainable and benefit our country, not another.

We recognize that many people who cannot form a reasonable or coherent argument against that concept resort to name calling.

None of us think loving the nation our grandfathers struggled to pass on to us is “hate”.

For a good example of hate, we send you HERE.

(and HERE )

I hope that you will reconsider your outlook.

I will post your letter and my response so that others may have a chance to see your opinion.

D.A. King