Stands by his words
To the Editor:
Herewith is my response to Mr. Chase’s letter of July 4.
I’m so pleased Don Chase’s pen has again expanded my vocabulary through another stream of enlightening adjectives in his latest vilification of Republicans. And my words of June 20 are volatile?
I too, stand by what I write, and contrary to Mr. Chase’s inference in his letter of the 4th, my words concerning the destructive course this country is being led on, are not untrue or distorted, and can easily be substantiated. Regarding unnamed accusations (his words) I named two who do seek total gun control, else why is the U.S. a signatory on the U.N. Agenda 21 document.
What vagueness? Mr. Chase deduced the 1935 European nation as being Germany, so he should be able to see the parallel total gun control creates without someone having to spell it out in plain English.
If I knew the names of the dozens of office czars Obama has appointed to augment his administration staff, such as his jobs czar who as CEO of General Electric X-ray Division moved the headquarters staff from Wisconsin to China at the time of being appointed, I’d have listed names, but there are just too darned many of them. And a jobs czar sending U.S. jobs to another country is an act of participating in the chipping away of the American labor and economic infrastructure, no matter how one slices it.
Label me a “frenzied Republican,” but possibly I’m a frustrated Democrat who doesn’t agree with the party line nor some of its elected members, and to continue further response to Mr. Chase's adjective-laden missiles would only be qualifying his dislike of anyone choosing not to board Obama’s bandwagon.
John R. Davis