- - Wednesday, March 25, 2015


President Obama’s policies have failed, he ignores the Constitution and has the Department of Justice ensure that his will becomes de facto law. He will allow Iran to produce nuclear weapons and is willing to abandon Israel. Knowing that, it would be important not to have another Obama-like Democratic president in 2017, one who would complete the transformation of the United States into a government in total control of all aspects of citizens’ lives.

The 2016 Republican presidential candidates are emerging, with Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican, the first to declare. Mr. Cruz has received the expected negatives from Democrats and Republicans, but Mr. Cruz and the other potential Republican candidates have positive attributes. They would be committed to reversing Mr. Obama’s harmful legislation, growing the economy, increasing jobs, putting patient-service-oriented health care in place and providing for energy independence at lower cost to consumers, a strong military, secure borders and enforcement of immigration laws.

Republicans will surely lose if they do not restrain from personal attacks on each other. Those will play right into the hands of their final Democratic opponent. This was their undoing in the last two presidential elections.

The people voted against Mr. Obama’s policies in 2014. We want our needs and the needs of our country met. The Republicans should make and keep a pledge to address each of the issues and put forth a plan to resolve every one. Then they should unite to make sure the pledge is kept. Mr. Obama is a divider; Republicans must join together to unite our country.


Centerville, Mass.

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