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Peace at any price party can't add 1+1 when it comes to terrorism

To The Daily Sun,

Yesterday, Dec. 2, Muslim terrorists killed 14 and wounded 17 in San Bernardino, Calif. President Obama is frantically seeking to name it anything but what it is.

Is he afraid if he calls it Islamic terrorism, his grand humanitarian plan to bring in a hundred thousand Syrian refugees (liberally sprinkled with ISIS terrorists) will be rejected by American people? All his drones are following in lock step all calling for more "gun controls?" Seriously, are he and his followers idiots?

We are under constant threats of attacks from these fanatic Muslims and they want us to disarm? Why, is it still too difficult for terrorists to kill us now? It will be a cold day before Americans disarm because we can only depend on ourselves for survival because Obama's government sure as heck isn't going to protect us. I'll be damned if anyone has the right to tell us we do not have the right to try to protect ourselves, family, friends and communities, even if we die trying.

Oh yea, the pacifist, "peace at any price" party still refuses to put one and one together so let me help them out just a little. Two Muslims, dressed like terrorists, armed like terrorists shoot a couple dozen people at a Christmas party. Answer: They were Muslim terrorists. Anyone who seeks to deny this is a moron.

Steve Earle


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U.S. had 3,000 people killed on 9/11 & there was no martial law

To The Daily Sun,

Last Thursday there was a ceremony in Manchester where a group of immigrants became Americans. Now this may not seem much to most of you, but one of these people is a friend of mine. He was telling me about the things he had to go through to get to this point. I knew all of this because I went through this 35 years ago with my first wife, who was French. I was thinking about all the bureaucratic machinations that he had to go through. Some were easy and some not so. Then I thought the most difficult decision he had to make was to take the first step. To consciously make the decision to pack your bags, leave the country of you birth, the life you had there, all in search of a better life in America.

I was in the military for a while and I was stationed in Europe a couple of times. Fortunately for me I was not a barracks rat, I traveled extensively throughout Europe while I was there, both as a single guy and later as a married man. I met some wonderful people and saw some amazing things, none of which I would trade for all the gold on Wall Street. What I saw first hand was the freedoms that we as Americans have as compared to the rest of the world.

My new American friend and I have talked about this many, many times. We are in agreement that the average American does not have the slightest idea what real freedoms Americans actually have. The tragedy in France is a perfect example. More that a 120 people were massacred by eight radical Islamic terrorist thugs. France's answer was to declare martial law and suspend certain rights for the average French citizen. We fought a revolution 240 years ago over this same issue, the British army forcing their way into colonial homes.

We had over 3,000 people massacred during 9/11 by another group of radical Islamic thugs and the U.S. did not declare martial law and suspend any rights. Reagan was right! We live in a shinning city on a hill and this is the reason people from all over the world come here seeking freedom.

So to my friend, congratulations — American!

Martin Kearney


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