The Terrorists In Your Neighborhood

I didn’t know. I really didn’t know.

On a side note,
I’ve been gone because of work and beginning school – and doing planning and dealing with bad internet connection. I’m praying about the future of the blog right now, and I hope that you will do the same. You can begin ranting in the comments now…(after you click on the link).

6 responses to “The Terrorists In Your Neighborhood”

  1. Nathan Knapp says:

    I was so miffed by that article that I was obliged to leave a comment. The ignorant stupidity of some people. . .

  2. Derek says:

    I was thinking about posting a response, but I decided I’d pass on it. I’m glad to see three others have commented, although I doubt its worth responding to someone who calls mothers “witch-y” because they happen to wear dresses and have long hair.

  3. Bill W. says:

    I’m prayin’ for yah.

    That propaganda piece is pretty much sick. I’m speachless.

  4. Nella says:

    If that article would is being rated for misinformation, it deserves five stars.

  5. wow….I wonder if that author ever actually spoke to any of those HM’s. I suppose, given the fact that they seem to be practicaly terrorists she might have been afraid of a suicide baking explosion. Er…something.
    Well, we’ll just let Quinn Cotton see what those Homeschooled children DO over the next ten/twenty years. She’ll change her tune.

    Hope the start of school goes well, and I pray wisdom as you considder your blogging. Good Providence!

  6. Palm Boy says:

    That article was published in May of 2004, more then 2 years ago. And it probably got the most hits yet in the last few days, courtesy of curious homeschoolers.

    And if you’ll look at the rest of Quin Cottons articles, he breeds anger and controversy, in order to generate readers. Quin follows the philosophy of ‘No publicity is bad publicity’.

    As for the article itself, he’s an idiot, with a capital case of misinformed writing.

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