Letters to the Editor: Mike Davis wrote about dark subjects, but he was full of light. He was the voice of the middle class, but he was in opposition to abortion. This was the man who was against the Vietnam war back when we were fighting it, but now was against any of it. He was the voice of good intentions and pure intentions. He was our man, and he never, ever, ever forgot that God always put a man on the earth as a man, not a woman. God gave him his brain to think and his legs to run, and God gave him his voice to use. He had a sense of humor and a sense of humor is how he died.
DAMONE’s letters are a reflection of Mike Davis. And when you can’t beat “damn the torpedos”, you have to pick up the ball and run with it. We have an obligation to the Constitution of the United States, but we also have an obligation to the Constitution of the United States to the men and women living in America. We have an obligation to our history, and we have an obligation to our people and to our country. We have an obligation to the people who were forced to vote against their convictions because they lived in fear and ignorance, and we have an obligation to the men and women who put the Constitution above their convictions, a Constitution that has been so abused and so misunderstood for so long that the Constitution is more important to them than to them.
I think that Mike was a good man. I think people need to read the history of each man before they condemn him. I think Mike deserved a life of comfort and peace, and I believe that he deserved a life of love and happiness, but he refused to seek out life’s better joys, and he refused to be happy. All he wanted was to do some good with his life. I think that if they had known Mike Davis, maybe they would have gotten away with their bad behavior. Mike Davis may become a martyr, but at least he died doing some good.
Mike Davis left a legacy that will forever be remembered, and it will be a legacy that will forever