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I don’t think it’s a phobia to fear radical Islamic terror attacks

To the Daily Sun,

Well, I voted for Carly, my favored candidate. Okay, Trump won and I accept that. Did anyone see the Huffington Post headline though? It says New Hampshire went racist, sexist and zenophobic (there spelling). Here we have a perfect example of how the extreme left, sponsored by George Soros, elite, ideological, Marxist socialists view all the rest of us.

Racist because we think it's a bad thing that the black murder rate in Chicago shouldn't be blamed on legal gun owners? That criminal and drug dealers in prisons are disproportionately black? Seriously, those are facts not racism.

Sexist, because we don't believe the abortion factory that is Planned Parenthood should receive federal money? We don't believe other people should have to fund the irresponsible sex activities of some women?

Xenophobia because we fear the possible results of allowing the southern boarder to remain an open invitation for the drug cartels to flood the nation with heron and cheep labor and a foreign culture? Or that we fear bringing in a hundred thousand Muslim "refugees" liberally sprinkled with Isis terrorists?
Note to the uneducated: A phobia is an unreasonable fear of something.

I don't know about them, but I do fear radical Islamic terrorists that hijack airliners and crash them into buildings. I do fear home-grown Islamic terrorists who explode bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. And I do fear radicalized Muslims who bring homicidal wives into this country then massacre fellow workers at a party. And I'm not sorry because there is not one bit of "phobia" about it.

All the left's name-calling and attempted guilt-tripping isn't going to work on me or anybody with a brain in their head. The Marxist socialists trying to take over this country will do or say anything. We have seen the endless lies, distortions, smears and slanders from Obama, Hillary and all their stooges and minions for years now and because traditional Americans have stood up and finally said, enough. Well, we are all racist, rednecks, ignorant, sexist, or any of their long list of phobic this or that's. They can all go to blazes.

Steve Earle

Hill

(Note: The Daily Sun refrained from correcting spelling in this letter)

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Would Woodstock be considered agitourism if held today?

To The Daily Sun,

Max Yasgur owned a 600-acre dairy farm in Bethel, New York. He rented it out to a concert promoter named Michael Lang in August, 1969, for three days of peace, love and music. What could go wrong? Organizers told the town of Bethel that they expected no more than 50,000 people, permits were issued. 400,000 showed up. With little time to work with, they put most efforts into staging and sound equipment, and little into perimeter fencing. A free concert was declared, and also a disaster area.

Max may have offended some neighbors, but he helped define a generation. "Got to get back to the land, set my soul free." Was Woodstock agritourism?

Steven Belcher

Belmont

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