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Letters to the Editor

March 14, 2013

Democrats will Evolve with Time

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It irks lefties to no end that talk radio still exists. People speaking freely about what they believe in, now that can really bother a democrat. They talk the talk of defending the right of people to express opinions different from their own, then in the same breath spew venom about talk radio. God forbid anyone not left of center have a venue to speak! I’m sorry, did I mention God? Democrats win an election by the skin of their teeth and it’s a mandate. Republicans should be going ballistic about election fraud. We need a federal law requiring identification for voting, but democrats won’t hear of it. They’d have to go back to losing again! No more deceased democrats could vote and none would be voting twice. When the election process of a country cannot be trusted it undermines the morale of law-abiding voters. The Democratic Party likes it that way.

Senator Kerry was docking his six million dollar yacht in Rhode Island to avoid hundreds of thousands of dollars in the very Massachusetts taxes he supports inflicting on its residents. And our president has a cabinet full of tax cheats, even Timothy Geithner who oversees the IRS, but they sure love raising your taxes as you have to pay your fair share! And lefties don’t feel betrayed or shame, just elation as seeing the free market under assault. The reason there are so many prominent democrats who love to cheat on taxes is because there are so many more lacking prominence doing just the same thing!

Pornography was somehow the free speech being referred to in the First Amendment and all the sex and violence from Hollywood is sacred, but try to disagree with them politically and they’ll call you a racist or any other lie they can think of.

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