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March 6, 2014

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Republican propaganda v. Democrat lies

Republican propaganda v. Democrat lies

Dear Editor,

Some folks prefer lies above all else. On Feb. 23, 2009, President Obama said, “I’m pledging today to cut the deficit that we inherited in half by the end of my first term.”

Why does the debt limit need to be raised continually, if the deficit is being cut in half? I really hate to tell people that the mess that he inherited was a product of the ignorant Democrats who promoted the affordable housing fiasco.

Deval Patrick, assistant attorney general for civil rights, used extortion to force banks to give preferential treatment to minorities. Mr. Patrick was a member of the Clinton Administration. The recession was caused by Democrats. It makes no sense to make home loans to folks that have no possibility of ever paying it back.

If you can stand the truth, it could be beneficial to check out the video, “Senate hearings on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac 2004.” If you check it out, you will come to the conclusion that it would have been better if the bank robbers, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, had been in charge of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Those who were in charge cooked the books, and gave themselves huge, unwarranted bonuses.

There are too many folks who don’t pay attention to what is happening. They are going along with their heads down, texting on the Obama phone and grazing on all the goodies that government is providing, not realizing that if this continues they will hear the gate slam behind them. They will be trapped in a situation that they never dreamed would happen in America.

You can keep your doctor, you can keep your insurance plan, your premiums will go down $2,500 dollars per year. Would you call those statements, propaganda or baldfaced lies? If you are interested in hearing the truth, it might be worthwhile to check out these web sites: Alfonzo Rachel’s “Examining black loyalty to Democrats” where Mr. Rachel is entertaining and factual and would make fa ine black history teacher; and Rev. CL Bryant, a former head of the NAACP of Garland, has produced a movie “Run Away Slave.” Blacks would not continue to be Democrats if they knew this.

Climate change is now being called into question by a professor who was a cofounder of Green Peace.

Richard Feuilly, Weatherford

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