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If you believe government spends too much you're extremist?

To The Daily Sun,

Holy smoke the blue moon has the moonbats out in force. I'd like to respond to each and every letter but time and space here in the paper just won't allow. So let me focus on the latest drivel from fellow townie Henry Osmer.

Poor, poor Henry asks what the scandal was about Benghazi? Pay attention now Henry, I'll try to keep this simple so even you can comprehend the problem we "nuts" have with Benghazi.

1. For nearly three weeks after the fact, President Obama, Secretary of State Clinton and all the king's horses and all the king's men (and women) were telling the American people, and anyone else who would listen, that it was a demonstration that got out of hand because of A DISRESPECTFUL VIDEO ON YOUTUBE. Henry, that was a LIE.

2. After all the lying was over came the COVER-UP. Remember Sec. Clinton's now infamous words "After all this time what does it really matter"? It matters Henry when they lie and cover up.
If Henry is trying to build a case, one at a time, that all these scandals are phony scandals; don't bother Henry, the jig is up. The American people are wise to Obama, and you by association. Have you read Newsweek lately? You should because even that liberal publication is telling Obama to "hit the road". It is laying out all the president's failures, lies, and incompetences. All those things the main stream media failed to do, failed to vet the then candidate Obama and wonders how future historians will comprehend how this guy ever got elected in the first place. It's really no puzzle, is it Henry, when the moonbats come out crazy things happen.
Having a little more time and hopping there is space I will attend to the recent deposit of road apples from L.J. Siden.

LJ seems to think that Russ Wiles, myself, and all T-Party types are extremists. Well no wonder, given the far left perspective from which he views the world. If I were Jeff Foxworthy, I might put it this way. Readers be aware if you believe we are taxed enough already (what T-Party stands for), you too may be an extremist. If you believe the government spends and wastes too much money, you may be an extremist. If you believe the tax codes are to big and confusing, you may be an extremist. If you believe government is to big and inefficient, you may be an extremist. If you believe politicians in Washington should pass no laws that exempt themselves from those laws, you may be an extremist. If you believe that 17 trillion dollars in debt is a bad thing, then you may be an extremist. And if you believe that the United States of America is a great country and has done more good for human rights, freedom and humanity, then you certainly are an extremist. God bless you and God bless the United States of America.
Steve Earle

Hill

 
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