To The Daily Sun,
Wow and gee whiz, guess I struck a nerve with L.J. Siden. Four times he calls me a liar in his letter in Friday's paper. Actually Siden loves to sink to character assassination from afar when he has no reasonable response to opinions and facts that he can't fit into his narrow-minded leftist mind.
Let me debunk some of his letter low hanging fruit, it's true, but it's his own fault). L.J. writes, "In the past, Earle's statement, "I don't have to prove a thing." In his letter he fabricates a story about President Obama and lies, when in actuality he was responding to my questioning his sources and integrity. He furthers his lie by attributing to me a statement I never made, but the world already knows." (Not only a little distortion, this is a huge pile of it. )
First my original letter was written shortly after the lie, "If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. If you like your insurance you can keep your insurance." Obama was exposed by nearly every credible and responsible news organization on the planet. But as L.J. writes himself he wanted to challenger me to prove it. My response was "I don't have to prove it," and I don't because it was already an established fact and nothing has changed.
As for he not saying Obama didn't lie, whether or not he used those precise words or not is completely beside the point as his very challenge of the facts is as clear as a blue sky that he was saying it in meaning if not in an exact quote. Then he slips in the phrase "the world already knows," as though that was in response to his defense statement "that he didn't say," when it actually was my referring to the world already knowing that Obama lied. L.J. had to twist and distort the words and meaning to arrive at this crazy objective.
Is there anyone who doesn't know Bill Maher is a liberal? Is there anyone who can depute that Bill Maher is one of the left's most respected spokespersons, most often quoted and influential persons? Yet here is L.J. taking issue with Maher by saying I was getting my "facts" from "political satirist". Well, gee, L.J., guess what? Even a "comedian" has a right to express an opinion, which is exactly what he was doing. Just happens I agree with his opinion.
Apparently anyone who doesn't conform to the dim-witted, narrow minded world of L.J. Siden isn't safe from his character assassinations, not even a noted liberal like Maher.
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