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Upset

February 12, 2013

Over the past few months, I have been reading articles in your paper that I find downright upsetting. 1. Rep. Garth Everett and Mr. Freeze: If Mr. Everett wants to give Mr....

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JohnWilsonKlees

Feb-13-13 10:08 PM

"You just dont get it" How would "just don't get it be defined?" Maybe I just asked to much of you? Let's start with "it". What is it? I'm sure you know the answer but if you explained it I just wouldn't get it. I'm spanked. Sorry to waste your time good sir. "What is understood doesn't need to be discussed." -Sammy Hagar / P.S. Can you believe he is 65 years old?

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Cattledude74

Feb-13-13 8:21 PM

"Our founding fathers were liberals and so was Jesus Christ" You just dont get it

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JohnWilsonKlees

Feb-12-13 8:09 PM

mahs81 – Indeed. Legions of brave veterans fall every day for the cause; the cause of real men sitting safely at home on their computers reciting the hackneyed arguments of disc jockeys who read scripts from a teleprompter for pay. The streets of Baghdad, Fallujah, and Ramadi were earned with the blood of fighting men and brave civilians so that domesticated men at home in the states could be completely unoriginal and frame data to support their arguments in the blog of a struggling newspaper. I’m positive these brave souls wanted to be put to rest on their backs so they can conveniently roll over in their graves anytime some *** clown finds themselves in disagreement with the words expressed by another. Thank you fighting men for being so selfless! If only we could be.

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JohnWilsonKlees

Feb-12-13 3:19 PM

Mr. McCormick don't you fret. There is nothing wrong with being a liberal; it’s a deep seated American tradition. Our founding fathers were liberals and so was Jesus Christ. My Business teacher who was a stanch republican always said “A little socialism on the Left is better than a little fascism on the Right, I’d rather have Jimmy Carter than the ***holes we have now” and “I’m prayin for a comet to hit the earth if Glen Beck gets into politics.” Most so called Republicans are totally misinformed. Fox News is owned by an Australian and has a Saudi prince as an investor; that sure conflicts with alot of talking points I've heard. It shouldn’t surprise you though; Republicans complain about immigrants taking American jobs, then freely give American jobs to foreigners overseas. If you don’t make over $200K a year and you’re a Republican you might want to check your rank on the chess board. Remember the pawns are always given up first. Help them keep their money so they can take yours.

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mahs81

Feb-12-13 1:39 PM

Thank God for all of those who sacrificed their lives for Mr. McCormick to exercise his First Amendment Right. (scratches head,shakes head, wipes full front of face and utters) ... Duh!

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SteelerFan

Feb-12-13 11:02 AM

I agree Cayman, Floyd R. Turbo is a good analogy.

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enigma

Feb-12-13 9:02 AM

Mr. Freeze was a Batman villain. I didn't know that Rep Everett was in the Batman movie. And the letter just goes downhill from there.

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eric88

Feb-12-13 6:40 AM

2.--the gun argument by the libs should and has absolutely nothing to do with hunting. mainly a strawman argument with irrelevant talking points that suckers/ draws in the dolts.

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msamerica101

Feb-12-13 4:21 AM

Who is Mr. Freeze? Is he talking about Brett Feese?

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CaymanJim

Feb-12-13 2:18 AM

...or laughed my *** off.

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CaymanJim

Feb-12-13 2:16 AM

I guess we can't say redn**k either.

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CaymanJim

Feb-12-13 2:15 AM

Anybody, including the LTE writer, remember who Floyd R. Turbo was? He was a character portrayed by Johnny Carson on the old Tonight Show. Turbo was the ******* ignoramus who was dressed in red plaid hunting coat and hat, stood stiffly in front of the TV camera, and comically spouted his opininions on things about which he knew nothing. That's the image I had while reading this letter. ****!!!

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