Editor, The News:
I wrote a letter to the editor a year or so ago and complained about the liberal writings of "naysayer" Charley Reese, and recommended that his column be removed from The News.
It never happened. I wonder why?
He talks like a person with a terrorist's tongue in his head, and with writers such as him, the terrorists can give up and let his blathering undermine the effort in Iraq.
Reese, along with people such as Howard Dean, John Kerry, Nancy Pelosi, and let's not forget the guy who let that girl drown at Chappaquiddick.
You should read the book "Death at Chappaquiddick." It has all of the details of that tragedy. These people will do and say anything with the hope that we fail in Iraq. It's not going to happen.
Now, back to Reese. I would suggest to The News that you put a yes or no vote in the paper to have his column removed from The News.
Reese made the statement that the Bush administration will go down as the most "incompetent in history." I find that asinine. When you think of the previous administration, Bill Clinton had several opportunities to kill Osama bin Laden and he did nothing about it.
We would not be in Iraq if he had done his job. Instead, he disgraced the Oval Office with his behavior.
We have to remember Sept. 11 and what it did to this country. Bush did the right thing.
The question is, what would Kerry have done?
To cap this all off, I believe that the smart thinking people of this country can see through these people who are on the wrong side of history.
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