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Letters to the Editor for October 17, 2017


Liberals hate the truth

To the Editor:

The truth is more powerful than a two edged sword. Liberals claim President Trump is unfit to be President of the United States. The world sees this as a liberal call to arms.

The hatred of the truth, by the liberals, allowed a radical leftist liberal on CNN to display the severed head of President Trump. Liberals did not decry this, rather they condoned it.

Another liberal who wrote a letter telling of being “sickened” by the letter "Hatred and anarchy” inferring that the guns in Las Vegas were not carried by them, but were aimed by them. This pointed to the violence and to the truth of anarchy as a result of lying, anger, and hate.

Liberals feel justified in hate mongering if it serves their purpose. There is no justification for liberalism, when you hear the truth it makes you angry and you hit back. Liberal concept is untruthful.

Consider support of abortion, especially those of partial birth murder. These babies are born alive and yet they are destroyed by the vacuuming out their brains, bringing higher revenue by the sale of aborted baby parts. Liberals support unconditionally Planned Parenthood. It must be eliminated. Are there any liberals joining this call? Possibly some, but not many.

All of this is the truth. Liberals hate fundamental Christian concepts. This nation, and the freedoms you have, were founded on these very fundamental concepts.

In the UD this past week an illegal immigrant who, entering our nation, demanded an abortion in Texas. Texas has very strict laws against abortion. The ACLU and other anarchist groups are filing lawsuits against the State of Texas in their support of this illegal immigrant.

God bless America, President Trump and Vice President Pence.

Connie Dresbach

Sonora

Completion of the second amendment

To the Editor:

Mr. Kraemer’s letter of Oct. 11 conveniently left out the “Actual Right” conveyed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution. I finish it here: “… the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

If Mr. Kraemer is going to talk about the Second Amendment then he should at least include the “Right.” And, yes it does include every Joe and Jane who care to exercise their rights under the U.S. Constitution.

Additionally, “the right of the people” has been interpreted as an “individual” right of each and every person. Look no further than the First and Fourth Amendments, imagine those being collective rights, and not individual rights.

Roy Bisi

Jamestown