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Letter to the editor: Lies, lies, and more lies


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By Jerry Stotler
Castle Dale

Editor:

Lies, and more lies. It makes me wonder if the Democrats and those establishment Republicans even know what truth is. The Democrats, especially, are lying out of both sides of their faces. Anyone with half a brain knows that the S&P credit downgrade is the responsibility of the Democratic Party and the President, with a little help from old time Republicans. They were warned many times, "if you don't reduce spending, we are going to downgrade your credit rating." Soooo, what did they do. They actually defiantly raised the amount of spending. Oh sure, they reduced the amount of the increase and called it "reducing the budget", but that's fake. What phonies. And I am sure some of you probably believed they cut spending. If you believe that, well, I hesitate it call you gullible, but you are not far from it. Those old time Congressmen and Congresswomen are so entrenched in the culture of lies that lying is a way of life. I doubt that they even know what truth is anymore.

The Tea Party movement is made up of regular, ordinary, everyday Americans and it is up to us to show the American people exactly who really represents the Tea Party. Most of them are clock punching work-a-day family people. If you haven't been to a Tea Party rally, you need to go at least once; you will be amazed. The people act like ladies and gentlemen. (In today's culture, that is remarkable by it self.) And yeah, they cheer and clap and holler for all those great things the speakers say. They have a bunch of signs promoting this and that, but that's all a good thing, and it's fun. They are even careful not to use bad language. They have their little picnic lunches and some have lawn chairs and little umbrellas and they chit-chat with the poeple around them. You'd think it was a family reunion or something. And when it is over, They actually clean up the place. Amazing!

Here is my opinion. I do not watch or listen to the national news media anymore because they cannot be trusted to tell the truth. Most of them are part of the CFR and you know what they stand for. Have we not yet learned that once someone tells a lie, especially someone in leadership, from that moment on, they are not to be trusted, considered dishonest, liars, and that everything they say in is doubt. Character counts! It is an absurdity to call people "terrorists", just because disagree or because they are standing up for what they think is right. It is mean spirited. What kind of people engage in such trash talk? If they were not in Congress, I'd call them lowlifes, but that's a little harsh. The next thing I expect after this is a temper tamtrum, stamping their feet, hollering and screaming. "If you don't give us our way, we gonna tell Daddy Obama on you. Then you'll really be in trouble." Give me a break. Grow up! You are in Congress for crying out loud.

When the Democrats had control of Congress last year, did they compromise on ObamaCare or anything else? No. So now, those who were not willing to compromise want the new representatives, who we sent to Washington specifically to reduce the size of goverment and spending, to compromise. By definition, they are hypocrites. You know, two faced; speaking with forked tongue. Vote those jerks out of there, if we are even allowed to have another election. If you are a Democrat, You need to contact your representatives and tell them to show a little class. Name calling is childish.

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