The below comment was directed at an older posting called "The Ant and the Grasshopper." This humorous modern twist of the classic Aesop fable also prompted me to write a WND column entitled "Ants, Grasshoppers and God."
So go back and read the original posting on the Ant and the Grasshopper and then consider this reader's comment:
Good to see ignorance is alive and well in North Idaho.
Such a simple comment, isn't it? Yet I find myself curious. What is the basis for the accusation of ignorance concerning Aesop's admonishment to be responsible for ourselves?
I'm serious. I'm inviting the anonymous poster of this comment to please (politely) expand his or her logic and let us all know what part of this fable he/she finds objectionable.