The Nuns on the Bus arrived in Marietta to advocate for those less fortunate than most of us - for those who do not have a voice in our society, such as the very young, the poor, and the elderly. These women were doing God's work. To the letter writer who was glad that the nuns were challenged, my question is very simple. Where did you learn your Christian values? Her letter was full of excuses attempting to justify the bad behavior of her group. The group was made up of a few Catholics, Tea Party members, and a few Republicans. The behavior displayed was unwelcoming, intimidating, combative, and just plain rude, including the sign being carried by one member of the Catholic Church reading, "BUMS ON THE BUS".