To The Daily Sun,
First, let me say I never write anything intentioned to influence public opinion I don't believe to be the truth. I offer the same courtesy of assumption to all who contribute letters to the Daily Sun, no matter how vehemently I may disagree with their views. That would include Alan Vervaeke who I wish a very Happy New Year. I will never let political disagreements interfere with wishing the best prosperity to one and all.
That Alan wants to reveal himself to be a sour grapes, sore loser is his business. I wonder if he understands the poor example it sets for young people? My view lost, therefore I am entitled to lash out in defiance to denounce, demean and vilify the winners. It's simply poor sportsmanship. Alan prides himself for recognizing "crybabies," but he seems brain dead to recognize the biggest one in Gilford that stares back at him in the mirror every morning.
That Obama is "leasing" rather than "purchasing" ( as I suggested in error) the $5 million he is about to live it seems to be the only word out of 600 in my letter that interested the "bulldogs." Obama was elected not once but twice on the backs of the bottom third of society economically. Obama spent eight years expressing his never-ending feelings of pain and heartfelt sorrow for their suffering. That this man now moves into a $5 million mansion while simultaneously becoming a West Coast, jet-setter with digs next to the "elite class" in Rancho Mirage, California, is hypocrisy by every definition of it.
It is indeed the lifestyles of the rich and famous for Barack and Michelle Obama who got rich how? Peddling the "snake oil of hope" to the desperate masses while delivering despair. That he is leasing such accommodation, not buying, changes nothing of the substance of my letter. But don't expect any of the sore loser bulldogs that Alan heads to grasp the obvious.
There is good reason why the political fate of Democrats now plumbs new lows in the political ocean. Sometimes, you just have to think, but that isn't something that comes natural to any of them.
Many of the richest people in the world lease rather than purchase. It signifies absolutely nothing among the wealthy. They also borrow billions rather than use their own cash even though they may be billionaires. The question to buy or lease is always a personal choice driven only by lifestyle and tax considerations, not financial ability. That Obama elects to lease, rather than buy does nothing to alter the hypocrisy that enshrines him in light of the origin of his wealth, cemented to false promises to better the lives of the less fortunate. Obama has amassed a personal fortune on their backs with many more millions to come, all while his presidency exacerbated the wealth gap between those who have little and those who have much.
Among the elite that Obama travels with whether they lease or purchase is as about as important as the toothpaste they choose. Purchase or lease for the wealthy like Obama is much noise about little. It is all simply more, New Years, political BS from the "bulldogs" trying to distract from the hypocritical, political disaster that Barack Obama has been for the Democratic Party culminating in their most humiliating loss in a century.
The Obama legacy is going to get skinned alive in the next year. The loud, constant, wailing of Alan Vervaeke and the liberals that accompanies it will be a comforting lullaby to millions like myself. The hypocrisy that Barack Obama represents will at long last be dead.
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