Recently the Carolina Stompers have been challenged to a debate by the local witches and pagans of Asheville [“Let’s Have a Good Ol’ Stomp-and-Chant,” Dec. 26, 2007]. Our answer to [our challengers] is “no”—they have already been stomped.
What started all of their hysteria comes from a commercial we put on WLOS and YouTube, showing just how crazy Asheville has become since the liberals have taken over. It showed a Democratic candidate for Asheville City Council dancing with witches, pagans and liberals around a tree. They hugged this tree, kissed the tree and sang to this tree. Embarrassing them again in a debate would be just too cruel.
Fictional movies like [the] Harry Potter [films] are fun and entertaining, but everyone knows that brooms don’t fly and owls don’t deliver the mail. People who believe in that kind of thing are no different than the cult that killed themselves to catch a ride with a space ship following the Hale-Bopp Comet, or the group that saw the movie The Matrix and believed it, then called it a religion.
Witches, anarchists, atheists, occults, openly gay, war haters—the Democratic Party loves you. Liberal strategists know you scream loud for attention. You are different, and you appeal to young, rebellious, naive minds [and] thus votes for the leftist agenda.
Our fight is not with a small group of Disneyland witches. Our fight is with the entire liberal agenda that corrupts our children’s minds.
If it’s a debate they want, then Carolina Stompers challenges the local Democratic Party, since they represent the driving force behind destroying America.
Here are some issues we would like to debate:
1. The purpose and the way we fight the war on terror.
2. Was our country founded on Christianity?
3. Conservatives or liberals—who puts more money in your pocket to keep and how?
4. The future of Buncombe County: jobs, taxes, environment, health care, sustained government.
5. Is the way you have sex a civil right?
6. Democrats or Republicans—who is the champion for minorities in America?
Carolina Stompers will sponsor the debates.
We would ask the Mountain Xpress and other reporting agencies to moderate each debate.
If the Buncombe County Democratic Party would like to accept our challenge, we can be reached at www.carolinastompers.com. As for Mr. and Mrs. Voldamort, maybe the Democratic Party will put them on their debate team.
— Chad Nesbitt, founder