Letters To The Editor

December 20, 2013

Letters to the Editor: Dec.

Obamacare dishonesty

TO THE EDITOR: The Poughkeepsie Journal, in a recent editorial, referred to never-ending Obama lies as “oversimplifications.”

What’s referred as “oversimplifications” by liberals is called lying by more knowledgeable conservatives.

When Obama made the “keep your coverage” promise, over and over, he was either a liar or a grossly incompetent leader, most likely both.

Fifty-three percent believe Obama is dishonest and untrustworthy. The remaining 47 percent should take anxiety medication and consult a “shrink.”

There must be a remedy to enable liberals to distinguish lies from “oversimplifications.” I’d suggest thinking, but that’s an unachievable goal.

Non-thinking is a more plausible option. It maintains the status quo for devoid intellect and eliminates any mental aspirations. Creative idea, but I think it’s already occurring. There’s actually more productive brain activity in a cadaver, so deep sleep might be the solution.

Over 5.9 million lost their insurance and 330,000 signed up for Obamacare; 57% of the young do not favor it but are needed for its success. Do the math; will it be successful?

Obama’s a self-professed illegal drug abuser with documented associations to the “Down Low Club” in Chicago comprising men secretly engaging in homosexual activity while living straight lives.

“You can keep your insurance and doctor, period” demonstrates him to be an accomplished liar. In totality, it’s not a distinguished resume, but as president he’s considered the liberal standard-bearer, the pride of the party.

The Poughkeepsie Journal won’t give you those facts or maybe any. You don’t have to rely on some obscure publication for advice; use your own logic. Obviously that’s a drawback.

We should remember liberal minds and fallow brain fields don’t bear mental crops.




County government

TO THE EDITOR: Recently, an Essex County supervisor whined about the apathy shown by county citizens during the budgeting process.

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