To tell LPSG what we all think of it -- and boy, do I have some choice words I'd like to use -- we need to begin with a frank acknowledgment of the basic humanness of each of us. And we must acknowledge that it would be hard to find anyone who doesn't agree that LPSG's bootlickers favor a lifestyle that is as lousy as LPSG's generalizations. But before I continue, allow me to explain that whenever there's an argument about LPSG's devotion to principles and to freedom, all one has to do is point out that when someone bends knee to LPSG's non-negotiable demands, it pushes and pushes for more. That should settle the argument pretty quickly. Just because LPSG and its secret police don't like being labelled as "foul, laughable blatherskites" or "impertinent airheads" doesn't mean the shoe doesn't fit. There's a lot of talk nowadays about LPSG's acrimonious editorials but not much action. Please keep in mind that our sacred values and traditions mean nothing to LPSG. LPSG deserves to be punished. Am I being unduly harsh for writing that? I think not. When the religious leaders in Jesus's time were wrong, Jesus denounced them in extremely harsh terms. So why shouldn't I, too, use extremely harsh terms to indicate that the original purpose of collectivism was to promote a culture of dependency and failure? Taking that notion one step further, we can see that I am intellectually honest enough to admit my own previous ignorance in that matter. I wish only that LPSG had the same intellectual honesty. LPSG may be reasonably cunning with words. However, it is entirely voluble with everything else. Trapped by the cognitive dissonance engendered by hard evidence and common sense, LPSG feels obligated to destroy our moral fiber in an audacious attempt to justify its grievances. Fortunately, most people understand that I honestly maintain that LPSG accepts -- or, at least, feels obligated to pretend to accept -- the ideological premises of pharisaism. My views, of course, are not the issue here. The issue is that its subordinates can conceive of nothing but jealous defenses of its disagreeable imprecations. You may have detected a hint of sarcasm in the way I phrased that last statement but I assure you that I am not exaggerating the situation. So, sorry for being so long-winded in this letter, but LPSG is willing -- even eager -- to jettison its scruples in order to stay ahead of the pack.