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Editor, The News:
I will take exception to the letter written by Robert Zbegan on Nov. 5 ridiculing Joseph Waltenbaugh for writing something he personally believes.
Does Zbegan not believe in the First Amendment, which gives all of us the freedom to say or write whatever we want?
I would agree more with Sen. Ted Cruz, and for what he stands for, over our know-nothing, do-nothing President Obama.
Here’s a guy who has lied to the American people about keeping our health insurance. Period. Then he comes out with another lie to cover his butt, by saying he said: You can keep your health care, as long as it hasn’t been changed since Obamacare was passed.
Now isn’t that hypocrisy?
From what I’ve heard, what he has lied about is grounds for impeachment, just as Clinton was impeached for saying, “I did not have sex with that woman,” by the House and then to be overturned by the Democratic Senate. What he did was a national disgrace to the Oval Office and to the people of this country.
Now he is a national hero to a lot of people in this country.
There’s no denying that Obama has brought this country to the brink of collapse with his socialist agenda, four scandals and his pride and joy Obamacare, which at this time is a total disaster and will, no doubt, implode all by itself.
Democrats are coming out against it and Sen. Max Baucus has called it a train wreck.
In my estimation, the only channel that you hear the truth about conditions of this country is Fox News. They tell it the way it is fair and balanced.
I hope I haven’t violated my First Amendment right.
NEW CASTLE —
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