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September 29, 2013

Where to begin? With what will be determined as the most corrupt administration in American history, it is hard to find an appropriate starting point....

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Ritty77

Sep-29-13 2:00 AM

Good letter, Michael, but they'll never admit they elected such lying, political filth.

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USABorn

Sep-29-13 2:15 AM

Excellent letter.....he tells it like it is!!!! Wish I could be around in 50 years to see this president trashed in the history books! He will deserve every bit of it.

Ritty....the libs are going to go crazy with this LTE.

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Capricorn1

Sep-29-13 6:00 AM

"And I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the tragedy and slaughter at Fort Hood and the further demeaning of the hero victims who can't get Purple Hearts and full medical benefits because Obama refuses to label Fort Hood a terror attack."

Even after the trial is over and all the facts are in the open, this is STILL classified work place violence. What possible reason could the Administration and the Secretary of Defense have for not classifying this an act of terrorism? Like Benghazi, they just wish it would go away and be forgotten.

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CMReeder

Sep-29-13 8:13 AM

The right wing is officially crazy.

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Bufftrev1

Sep-29-13 8:23 AM

Hello all, it's not difficult to guess the lone television channel the author likely watches..

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JerryfromRI

Sep-29-13 8:26 AM

This letter made me feel sad.

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FortySixand2

Sep-29-13 8:40 AM

Most corrupt administration in history? That's easy! Hands down... George W. Bush. Lying a nation into invasion and war, costing hundreds of thousands of lives lost, and upwards of $3,000,000,000,000! And of course the NSA stuff started under his watch, as did the housing, mortgage meltdown and the resulting bank bailout. Yeah, George W. Bush....most corrupt and incompetent in all of US history.

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FortySixand2

Sep-29-13 8:42 AM

But of course, history started on Jan 1st, 2009 for most Republicans. Benghazi!

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JohnZook

Sep-29-13 8:44 AM

Yeah? Well Bush lied and sent all those boys over to Iraq to die!!! (Beat ya' to it Sham!) The equally egregious crime here is the compliant media. It's bad enough that there is not one Democrat Patriot in the whole House and Senate who'll speak out against the coup. Maybe they hold their families hostage, who knows? Chicago lives in D.C. and we know what Detri....uh Chicago runs like.

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Premier

Sep-29-13 8:45 AM

Crazy, TV, Sad, Blaming Bush.

No disputes to this LTE, just rhetoric.

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gavinf56

Sep-29-13 8:49 AM

From a historical perspective, U. S. Grant will remain the most corrupt administration, probably followed by Harding. That is not going to change.

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Capricorn1

Sep-29-13 8:55 AM

Chuck, Buff, Jerry, Forty and Premier, what possible reason could the Administration have for not classifying Fort Hood as an act of terrorism now that the trial is over and the overwhelming evidence supports this as being such?

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Premier

Sep-29-13 9:08 AM

Cap, why did you include me?

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FortySixand2

Sep-29-13 9:10 AM

Not sure what difference it makes, Capricorn, whether something is classified as terrorism. Do you think bombing abortion clinics by extreme christianists could be classified as such? I certainly do. Benghazi!

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Bufftrev1

Sep-29-13 9:19 AM

Hi Capricorn, interesting question, and I can only speculate but it may be a case where they have not done so yet but may still happen.. not to up to speed on the latest developments though, have moved into our new home in Montoursville and are still getting settled.

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DavidBross

Sep-29-13 9:23 AM

Gavin56 makes a good point. I think it is very easy to think that the here and now is the worst/best of times.

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JerryfromRI

Sep-29-13 9:26 AM

Oh S*N*A*P Premier, you got caught up in the liberal dragnet.

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JerryfromRI

Sep-29-13 9:32 AM

IMHO this author's rant would be more suited to Facebook than as a letter to the editor.

Is there a contest to see who can go the furthest over the top?

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Capricorn1

Sep-29-13 10:04 AM

Not sure what difference it makes, Capricorn, whether something is classified as terrorism. -Forty

It makes a big differences to all the victims and the benefits they qualify for. Do the research and see if you still have the same opinion. The Administration knows this and they still turn their backs.

And sorry Premier, you shouldn't have been included in my question.

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CMReeder

Sep-29-13 11:25 AM

Reading from international terrorism and security research and depending on who you talk to terrorism is define differently. Everyone sees terrorism from a different perspective. Starting with the terrorist to the victim(s) to the audience (those who get to observe) thanks to the media.

They define terrorism as 'Terrorism is a criminal act that influences an audience beyond the immediate victim.'

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MrShaman

Sep-29-13 1:05 PM

"Where to begin? With what will be determined as the most corrupt administration in American history, it is hard to find an appropriate starting point." - Michael Goehrig

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You (old) Nixon-supporters...who've BEEN making every effort (with whichEVER Dem has been in-Office) to get pay-back, really DO need to get-over-it.

Your boy was an outright-crook...and, a pro-McCarthy paranoid, to boot. Big Dick will ALWAYS be recognized as THE gold-standard of corrupt-politicos...even WHEN there's a Black-dude in-the-mix.

Live with it.

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MrShaman

Sep-29-13 1:09 PM

"Good letter, Michael, but they'll never admit they elected such lying, political filth." - Ritty77

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...Who just HAPPENS to be THE first-President who'd successfully promoted/implemented Health Care legislation!!!!!

WOO HOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Uppa U.S.!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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MrShaman

Sep-29-13 1:12 PM

"Wish I could be around in 50 years to see this president trashed in the history books! He will deserve every bit of it." - USABorn

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That's what Porky Limbaugh predicted, huh??

He ALSO predicted Hillary Clinton would NEVER be supported, as a N.Y. Senator, as WELL!!!!!

LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Capricorn1

Sep-29-13 1:34 PM

They define terrorism as 'Terrorism is a criminal act that influences an audience beyond the immediate victim.' -Reeder

Chuck, rather than giving me a txt book definition of what terrorism is, I'm curious to know your opinion as to whether this tragedy was an act of terrorism. Please be honest and don't let the decision of the Administration not to classify it as such influence your decision, Study the facts and the conclusions that the anti-terrorism experts have arrived at and see if maybe this one time you can admit that this is a slap in the face to the victims and their families who continue to fight for the benefits they deserve.

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MrShaman

Sep-29-13 2:50 PM

"Like Benghazi, they just wish it would go away and be forgotten." - Capricorn1

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I'm guessing it's (primarily) the CIA who wish all the talk (about Benghazi) "would go away and be forgotten"...but, you already knew that. What's the big percentage (realized), when you (purposely) talk/act that stupid??

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See:

CIA Gun-running, Qatar-Libya-Syria. | Global Research

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