LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Liberals think they’re never wrong

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A confident politician has no use for an Orwellian interactive website to track the misguided. A confident president doesn’t flail and try to cast blame on others when things go poorly. But we have a hubris-laden liberal in the White House who is suffering self-inflicted wounds and lacks the courage to confront the truth - namely, that the progressive program he and his congressional allies have forced on a center-right nation have failed.

We must remember that liberals are never wrong, according to them. If a liberal policy appears less effective than touted, it simply means that not enough taxpayer money was allocated to it or the intended beneficiaries of the liberal wisdom were not sufficiently evolved to appreciate the liberal effort. Simple, isn’t it?

PAUL BLOUSTEIN

Cincinnati

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