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Release of convicted drug dealers should do wonders for Chicago

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To The Daily Sun,

Just a couple things you may have missed in the so-called news from the lame stream. Forty thousand union jobs have gone wanting because liberal multibillionaire Tom Styer of California has offered the Democratic Party $100 million to block the Keystone Pipeline. Environmentalist? Maybe. But it's reported Styer will lose money if Keystone is built. Either way it looks to me like the Dems have been bought off.

On Friday the White House announced that President Obama will order the release from prison of 100,000 convicted drug dealers. That should do wonders for cities like Chicago which suffered over 60 shootings, including 13 deaths, over the past two weekends. Most were attributed to drug gangs. Yup, Obama is really helping the poor and minorities. Question is helping them do what?

Steve Earle