This letter to the editor is in response to a recent letter in Amarillo Globe-News (Breaking down the liberal playbook, Nov. 6, amarillo.com.)
I believe extremists also have a book, “The Fact-Free Guide to Extreme Conservativism,” which helps people understand their political beliefs.
Some highlights might be:
If you think it’s broke, Hillary Clinton probably broke it. Government should place all blame on her.
When people disagree with you, call them something like “libtards” or “snowflakes.”
Remember that the only valid opinion is your own.
If you dislike a public official, it is OK to say or write anything (true or false) about this public official.
Divide people into identification groups and pit one group against the other. Encourage people to feel like victims.
Assault weapons kill dozens of people very quickly. All Americans have the right to own an assault weapon.
Hillary Clinton is the source of all the world’s ills.
Oppose everything liberals support. Stand against all efforts to help the ill and the poor.
Evangelical Christians should be manipulated into thinking it is the government’s duty to judge and regulate what they consider to be sins.
Extremism is your religion. Worship at the alter of hate and divisiveness.
I remember Jesus said, “Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for the least of these, you did not do for me” and “Love one another.”