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March 19, 2014
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Some things don't deserve an answer


Again, another angry letter writer, Mr. William Lepore Sr. He directs this anger toward Barack Obama and Harry Reid. In Mr. Lepore’s words he states, “the multitude of fools such as those who made him President — twice no less.” That is a lot of people, which should add up to more than Romney’s dislike for his 47 percent of the population.

Mr. Lepore Sr. goes on to partially credit Harry Reid as responsible for naming the GOP the party of NO. When the GOP Tea Party members of the House sends the same bill, 40 times, to the Senate to destroy the Obama, Affordable health bill it is no wonder its unread at Harry Reid’s desk. The extreme right have no intention of providing any health care for Americans. At the same time Obama’s job bill languishes in the House because the extremes won’t spend a cent on anything labeled Obama.

Mr Lepore Sr. also states,” Reid and Obama are pushing their own agenda and to hell with the needs of the citizenry.” I would guess he considers heath care, Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, food stamps, college loans, and help for the poor as unnecessary needs for the citizenry. These Obama and Reid programs are what Mr. Lepore considers as his, “Symptoms of what ails America.” I wonder if Mr. Lepore will ever be a recipient of any of these ailing symptoms.

For once I would love to hear a Republican such as Mr. Lepore Sr. just honestly say, “I don’t believe in entitlements for anyone and that the poor 47 percent lack the drive to work and are leeches on the back of society.

Since this distaste for Obama and Reid exits, in 2016 Mr. Lepore Sr. will probably be voting for the duo Teds from Texas, Ted Cruz for President and Ted Nugent for Senate Majority leader.

Harold Zaroff


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