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If my uncle was a rocket scientist, that also makes me an expert?

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To The Daily Sun,

Although I do write letters to the editor on occasion in response to one that is soft on facts, I try not to get involved in a give and take with any one person. I'm going to make an exception to that today.

Ms. Bernadette Loesch wrote in response to my query of whether or not she knew the difference between a jail and a prison the following; "One of my family members wore two separate uniforms for many, many years. One uniform was worn during service in the U.S. Military, the other was worn as a law enforcement officer for a large police department."

Again, I'm going to use a quote from Hillary Clinton when being questioned about the Benghazi murders of our diplomat and three Navy Seals: "What difference does it make?"

According to Ms. Loesch's way of thinking if my uncle was a rocket scientist that would also make me an expert on rocket science. Again an evasive answer from the left. What a joke!

Dave Schwotzer
Meredith