LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Government pushing voters toward patriotism

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Obamacare death panels will kill the elderly, the infirm and anyone else the government deems to have outlived his usefulness to society. President Obama’s gun control strategy will kill many more people than were killed in the Newtown, Conn., atrocities. The Obama-designed sequestration will kill many thousands of Americans who will not be cared for by law enforcement, fire departments and the military. Thus, it should become obvious fairly quickly even to the least-aware voter that Mr. Obama and his Cabinet have little concern for the welfare of Americans as long as their Marxist agenda is satisfied.

Given this forecast, the time is upon us for good, honest Americans to reject the politics of Mr. Obama and his government and to reject the unconstitutional decrees the president issues. His confederates, such as Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican, and Sen. Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat, openly advocate their quest for gun control with the keeping of records for the private sale of firearms. Americans opposed to being singled out by Mr. Obama will comply with such drivel only when the nation’s criminal element begins complying with such laws.

In passing such foolish and unlawful legislation, otherwise law-abiding Americans will become criminals with the stroke of an auto-pen — or so the ignorance and ego of the common politician would have us believe. In reality, the passing of legislation like that proposed by disconnected politicians will only result in the creation of a nation of patriots, ready to bend the direction of this nation back where it belongs.


Gainesville, Fla.

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