"Wait, Harry!" Hermione uttered quickly. "There’s something you should know."
"What is it?" Harry queried questioningly.
"My father says that dark times are coming," Hermione spoke worriedly. "There is a man named Voldemort who wants to destroy all that we stand for. He is pushing an agenda in congress which will stop us from practicing our faith freely."
"But that is what our founding fathers built this nation for!" Harry cried indignantly. "The freedom of religion!"
"Voldemort doesn’t care," Hermione remarked sadly; and she shook her head. "And he is gaining power. The freedom of Christians to practice our faith is disappearing by the day. Soon, it will be like it was in Rome." Lovely, ladylike tears began to roll down her delicate, terrified face. "And I don’t like lions!"
"Galts Gulch" sounds like a place in of the special morality play episodes from Mr. Rogers Neighborhood, like Bubbleland, where we learned valuable and simple life lessons before we were 5. (Am I the only person who remembers those? I even remember the song, "There's Never Any Trouble Here In Bubbleland." OF COURSE THERE IS TROUBLE IN BUBBLELAND.)
And in the quick of the night
They reach for their moment
And try to make an honest stand
But they wind up wounded, not even dead
Tonight in Bubbleland
(Clarence Clemons solo)