NEW CASTLE —
Editor, The News:
I am writing this letter mainly to tell the Republican Party to wake up and get out of bed.
Then it should start talking and telling the people the truth about the condition of this “not so great” country.
And we can make it great again, if we do not allow the other party to take back the House and keep the Senate. If his ever happens, President Obama will have his own way with all of his wrong policies and God knows he has had plenty of them.
First, let’s look at Obamacare. This 2,500-page monstrosity is a bill so large that very few people have read it and couldn’t understand it if they did.
Most of the people in this country don’t want it, along with the unions, because it would affect the 40-hour work week as we know it.
Then the IRS comes along and says it doesn’t want it for its staff either. And it is the agency chosen to help implement the stupid thing. In fact, Democrat Max Baucus has termed it a “train wreck.”
Some people are predicting that Obamacare will be dead by the end of the year. Even some Democrats have come out against the bill.
Let’s look at the so-called “phony scandals.” When you look at them, you know that they are very real.
There’s Benghazi, where four of our young heroes were murdered.
Then there is the IRS, which Congress should eradicate and replace with a flat tax.
There have been lies after lies and officials taking the Fifth to cover the truth about the scandal.
So, after all of this, let’s remember that when the time comes, we must get out and vote so this country can get back on track again.
NEW CASTLE —
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