Three letters and all connect on an underlying theme. They were about deceit, falsehoods and false representation. It is claimed the left uses deceit in their rhetoric politically. It proposes those who are of the right leaning politically do not use deceit at all or if they do they use it by employing the findings through objective reality which apparently negates any deceit used by one from the right. It is hard to believe considering politicians from the left and right have been found to be deceitful in their rhetoric.
Falsehoods to be cured with a healthy dose of truth serum, the author and his supporters were in need a healthy dose themselves. The left did not create the divisiveness that is corrupting our political system. It has been around for a long time and is not going to go away. The best we can do is minimize it by insisting as voters that those who were elected to office behave themselves and do right by us and not their own fortunes. That applies to both the left and the right.. The letter that was written was divisive in tone.
False representation has to do with forged ID documentation in order to get services. All the letter did besides show the continued hate for social services from the government was show the growing concern that IDs can be and are fraudulent and cannot be trusted. Really shoots a big hole into how valuable an ID to vote is going to work out. That is because, according to the letter, no one in government can tell a fake ID from a real ID.
Charles M. Reeder
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