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Wonder is socialism would really work? History has the answer

To The Daily Sun,

I read with a great deal of interest the letter in Friday's Sun by J.F. McCarthy. I agree completely with the statement: "The Democratic Party is not what it used to be."

In the late 1920s and early '30s, Eugene V. Debs was a founding member of the Social Democracy of America (1897), the Social Democratic Party of America (1898), and the Socialist Party of America (1901). He was candidate for president of the United States five times. In 1944 when asked if he would run again in a statement attributed to him, he said: "The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism. But, under the name of "liberalism," they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program, until one day America will be a socialist nation, without knowing how it happened " He went on to say: "I no longer need to run as a presidential candidate for the Socialist Party. The Democratic Party has adopted our platform."

i wonder if socialism would really work. History tells us In 1917 Russia pioneered the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). Germany tried socialism in the '30s and '40s when the National Socialist Party (NAZI) took over the country.

During George W. Bush's first term that the Democrats wanted campaign finance reform. But they were not interested in true reform, only in making sure they kept their biggest donors and keeping the Republican Party from doing the same. They did this by including a small provision called the 527 organizations, which allowed organizations like themselves to give unlimited sums of money to only the Democrats. The 527 included one George Soros who was one of the leaders of the "Shadow Party." One of the of the groups inside the Shadow Party is none other than George Soros's own, MoveOn.org. It was after John Kerry lost the 2004 election that these groups stated: "Now it's our party; we bought it, we own it.

Elliot Finn


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Mr. Khan: Really understand our Constitution or move back to Pakistan

To The Daily Sun,

First let me extend my sympathy for Mr. Khan's loss. Now I can understand his sorrow, but the sacrifice was made by his brave son who took an oath to put his life on the line to protect that very Constitution that he carries in his pocket.

I am very glad Mr. Khan, that you and your wife came from Pakistan legally, went through the process to change your citizenship and took your oath to abide by our laws.

What I cannot understand is people, such as yourselves, not being absolutely livid at others who want to come here illegally and project their beliefs, laws, religion, violence and more on you and me. I find it very puzzling that you and your wife have decided to back politicians who not only have broken many of those same laws in your pocket, but are blatantly stating their intentions to keep doing so.

If you are such a learned individual why don't you go and find the facts on who Mr. Trump is stating he will expel and block from the country instead of falling for the rhetoric of the left. If you do not agree with Mr. Trump's intention to uphold and enforce those very laws you carry in your pocket I would ask that you and your wife either take an intense refresher course in U.S. citizenship and the Constitution or move back to your beloved Pakistan.

Dave Nix, Sgt. (retired)

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