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We all must answer for our actions

Published 6:44pm Thursday, July 31, 2014

Dear Editor:
I would like to address all my comments to Dr. Billy Sellers, first by clearing up my position. I am on the Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls Club of Lake Martin.
So I use my words carefully. You said words were outright race baiting and dangerous. When I use the word “black” I’m speaking of facts not doing things and hiding my hand like you Dr. Sellers. Let’s get the facts and let the people decide who is race baiting.
When the Affordable Healthcare Act passed, you were the first doctor to drop all Medicaid children and wasn’t going to take anymore. A while back, you were the first person to talk about government shutdown and Cruz delivered it for you because you didn’t want big government.
Just last month, you said you wanted the president impeached.
Congressman Mike Rogers went around using it in his speeches and it made its way to Congress.
They don’t have the votes in the Senate to impeach, so they are now suing the president for doing his job.
This is the power your voice, and those like you, have with the Tea Party in Washington.
Mr. Sellers, my positions have never changed – I stand for justice honesty and fairness. There is no secret in what I do. I put the facts out there, but here is another voice out there and God sent it out long before you.  In the end, we will all have to answer to him for out actions.
I have always warned people about hurting God’s children. This is the difference between you and me. I fight for all. I see no color and I stand for all.
We are all God’s children and I protect them all because these children don’t have a voice.
That is why the whole truth has to be told.

Arlean Wyckoff
Alexander City

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