- The Washington Times - Thursday, February 4, 2010

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Terrorists do not have constitutional rights. President Obama, however, disagrees and wants to release them from jail and, at the taxpayers’ expense, provide them with legal representation so they can tell their story in civilian court.

What an American patriot. I hope the proud Americans who voted for Mr. Obama enjoy having a terrorist sympathizer run the country.

Here is a person who says he was against the war in Iraq and is now conducting two wars, one in Iraq and one in Afghanistan, with billions of taxpayer dollars being drained from our economy, and for what? Enriching arms dealers and special interest corporations. War provides no return on investment to humanity, only to corporations.

We could use these billions to create jobs in America and strengthen our homeland security. The wars in the Middle East represent a profit center for special-interest corporations. War does not benefit homeland security, it exacerbates the problem. Protect our borders, stop illegal immigration, stop illegal drugs from crossing our borders and educate our youngsters. These things will strengthen the United States of America.

REX HOWARD

Sutton, Mass.

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