Obama should not be reelected
Obama shouldn’t be elected again as president. He has already plunged our economy.
He says he would bring the troops back to America from Guantanamo Bay and he did not.
He said he would help military families and he did not. Being in a military family for about six years, I know what it’s like. My father was deployed to Germany when I was born.
If we would have just stuck to the Constitution our forefathers wrote, our beautiful country wouldn’t be where it is today.
He said he would take away all gun rights from American citizens. If he did take all our guns, how would farmers defend cattle from wolves and coyotes’ jaws, how would suburban families protect themselves from thieves, kidnappers, hostage takers and robbers, how would gas station clerks and owners protect themselves from robbers? I know you could use a bat or knives or fists, but remember that old saying, “Never bring a knife to a gunfight,” well it is true and you cannot deny it.
As I have said before, don’t elect Obama, otherwise, you will be the one bringing a knife to a gunfight for America.
Paycen Martin, age 11,
Don’t pick Obama
President Obama shouldn’t be our president. He doesn’t treat the people that work to keep YOUR family and friends safe and plus those people risk their lives for all of us and still don’t get treated right. You know who they are. The Army!
I think that people should be treated the right way. Do you know how many people are low on money cause of how pricey everything is? If my family got treated bad then I would be sad, wouldn’t you?
He has our economy messed up even though I don’t deal with that stuff, I know it is hard for the people like my parents and all the people that work for money but have a family to take care of and they don’t even get enough pay to take care of them cause they don’t get ENOUGH PAY. They should have enough for their family. That’s all. And, don’t pick Obama.
Sierra Martin, age 9,
Obama should not be reelected
Letter to the Editor: Land application of biosolids unsafe
Ben Davis and George Conley are fully justified to be concerned about biosolids being applied in their neighborhood.
NOW HEAR THIS: Is that a rainstorm on the horizon or a West Texas sandstorm?
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Letter to the Editor – June 14, 2013
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TISCIONE: Remember, honor and thank
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Letter to the Editor – June 2, 2013
The misinformation being presented regarding this administration’s unwarranted investigation of the Associated Press is astounding.
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TISCIONE: Truth … is it important?
It seems that every day a new story is breaking that reveals a lie told to the public. I am amazed that some, possibly many, don’t seem to care.
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