Curtis E. John saw some well-dressed men whom he recognized as religious people and politicians. They came to watch the foolishness of what was going on below them as they sat on the ridge tops.
Curtis informed them with a sneer on his lips, “Look at that litter of rattle snakes crawling upon their bellies down the road. You are the reason they call us little snakes. Who told you judgment time comes upon your, bellies.”
Curtis grumbled, “You well dressed proper people call yourselves cute puppies that everybody could not help but love, the chosen people, separated from the common masses of mongrel dogs. If you are cute puppies, what does that make your mother?”
Curtis quipped, “You say that you are charitable people, the most charitable people on earth. You are wise in your own eyes, but your thoughts crawl in the gutter of self-interest and greed all of your lives.”
“Well did Isaiah speak of you in Isaiah 56:11: ‘The dogs have the soul of goats; they do not know when they have enough; these are shepherds that cannot understand; they all turn to their own way, each one to his gain, one and all.’ You rich people do not know when you have had enough. You claim to be shepherds, but you each travel your own way in search of your greed. You leave the people as scrub cattle, trying to survive their own way.