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Wouldn’t know the truth

Published 5:12pm Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The second part of Jim Crawford’s letter on Aug. 22 is the truth, however, if you can say with a straight face that birthers, Fast and Furious, Obamacare and Benghazi, plus all the other so-called lies that have happened on President Obama’s watch are not the truth, then I can say with a clear concious that you are “a dyed-in-the-wool Democrat.”

Fast and Furious is now being investigated by an outside source, to find out what and who allowed these guns to be given to the Mexican cartel.

Now you say that Benghazi is made up, well who wouldn’t send the security force to protect our people, when they ask repeatedly for more security, after all other countries had pulled their people out of harm’s way.

And how can you justify the four who were killed? But it would have meant that Obama lied when he said al-Qaeda is on the run, and hurt his chance of re-election.

Now for Obamacare, I hope you have to sign up for it, then you will see just how rotten that it is and how much out-of-pocket you have to pay before it is paid in full.

As for the birthers, well how did he get into college on a foreign student visa if he was an American citizen?

We do not give foreign visas to American students. I don’t know where he was born, nor do I care. All I know is that he will break our country before he leaves office.

President Nixon was impeached for lying, but he was a Republican. Obama wouldn’t know the truth if it hit him in the face.

 

Homer Campbell

Ironton

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