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Proud of last administration

By David R. Fryer
East Carbon

Editor:

Ms. Stock (Letters to the Editor, Sun Advocate May 4, 2010) yes, I am proud of the past administration.

Did anyone try to blow up Times Square after September 11th? No, they knew the government was on their case. Now they know they can move as many killers and drugs they want over the border and all they have to do is promise to vote Democrat. Berry the bamster voted yes to the $700 billion that went to the banks. Remember that the banks that received the money were in bad shape, because the Democrats made them give home loans to people who could not pay for it. George W. tried to bring Fanny Mae and others like them under better control and the Democrats said "no."

Speaking of Fanny Mae, it was under the leadership of the Bamster's right hand man who did get millions when he left and then we had to bail out Fanny and Freddy Mac and the Democrat buddies.

Ms. Stock, may I remind you that Bush did not put all the Muslims in internment camps like your boy FDR did with Americans after Pearl Harbor.

Ms. Stock, from some of your letters I know you think national health care is a great thing. Speaking of Hitler, as you like to do, he lived it also. Sixty percent of Americans did not want this health care bill and still the Democrats ran it through. Now they are running away like rats from a sinking ship. Show me when the government has any right to tell Americans what they have to buy.

And last of all, I have the speech on a record, Kennedy said, "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." He did not say anything about the government, he wanted each of us to do the best we can and not want our fellow Americans to support us. One important thing to remember is the government does not have a job. The only way it gets money to hand out is to take it from us. Obama said "he wants to give the wealth to the rightful owner." Well, I guess it is not the person who has a job and earned the money.




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