Do not mistake this for an act of contrition. Commissioner Copeland still did not apology for what he said. His terse resignation seems to indicate anger more than anything. But, the story here is that evil must be challenged. Look to people like Ms. O’Toole who refuse to stand by and let the demonic influences of hatred destroy communities and the nation. She challenged the devil and won as is promised in the Word.
Still, let us not forget that the forces of the devil are still at work among us and that we must remain ever vigilant to allow the Spirit of Righteousness to work through us and defeat such forces. Look to the current political movements who hide their demonic influences behind banners of fake patriotism in the name of so-called “restoration” movements. Note that these are the same people who make heroes of men such as Robert Copeland and Cliven Bundy to use as recruitment tools—and then run for cover when such men become to vocal. But, don’t be fooled. We could see men like that coming from a 100 miles. We refuse to believe these politicians don’t see the hearts of these men. They know what kind of demons with whom they are dealing—demons they are willing to unleash on the people as, again, heroes, for the sake of political gain.
Kudos those folks in Wolfeboro, folks like Ms O’Toole and Mr. Bauer who also is mentioned in this story, who refused to stand silently by in the wake of Copeland’s comments.
Police commissioner resigns in wake of Obama slur
By Holly Ramer-Associated Press
Wolfeboro Police Commissioner Robert Copeland listens Thursday May 15, 2014 in Wolfeboro, … more >
WOLFEBORO, N.H. — A town police commissioner has resigned after he admitted using a racial slur to describe President Barack Obama, an official said Monday.
Robert Copeland, 82, resigned Sunday night from the post to which he was re-elected in March, Board of Selectmen Chair Linda Murray said, putting to rest a controversy that drew national attention and sparked impassioned debate in this resort town of 6,300 on the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee.
“The town is pleased,” Murray said Monday. “This gives us the opportunity to move on. We are a very accepting community that really takes care of each other.”