- - Thursday, November 28, 2013


It seems that some of the media are finally feeling the heat for blindly and arrogantly cheerleading on President Obama and Obamacare. I think it’s a little too late for the liberal, biased TV news networks and newspapers to come slithering back to the land of the real. They’ve already lost all credibility.

To these media members, I say: Step outside of your feel-good shell for five seconds and walk around neighborhoods you haven’t been to in six or seven years. Look around at the changed attitudes, negativity and despair. Take a good look at what happens when you try to remove the notion of “the individual” from a person, at what happens when you decide to deem somebody incapable of finding his own job through strength and merit. It’s called crippling people for their votes.

If that’s what you truly wish this country to be, at least have the courage to stand up and say it. A true leader encourages strength in others. A true leader is not intimidated by prosperity and growth. A true leader inspires truth and love, not race and class warfare.

Lynn, Mass.

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