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Nov 09 2014

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Texas is watching over 2,000 Hamas

 

 

InkSpot-main_FullDear editor:

With regard to Ms. Zitko’s letter of Thursday, Nov. 6, I have this to say.

Yes, this election was about opposing and hopefully stopping so much of this president’s policies. It didn’t happen just in the South, Ms. Zitko; it was nationwide. I won’t name all the states, because you know.

Millions are afraid, alright. We are very afraid of a president who, as soon as he got into office, placed a communist in his administration. Why? Has their stance on destroying America changed? He was removed after an outcry from the American people, very quietly. Since Obama took office, the radicals and socialists have been hugely emboldened.

I cry for America, too. Because of the leftist teachings in most colleges that send our children out as America haters. For abortion carried out on the innocent and even viable babies. For shame. For the thousands of new regulations and rules, mostly to control us, make us turn to government. Our liberties and freedoms are, on a very nice pace, eroding. For the millions and millions of new people on welfare. This administration wants people on welfare. It is human nature not to vote away those who are sending a check every month.

Yes, I am emotional about ISIS, about how many are in our country and the threat they pose. And that border, where thousands of radicals flow into our U.S. Texas is watching over 2,000 Hamas in that state alone. They get here, get our health care, welfare and tons more, and the American people pay for every dime of it. Obama knows this, but. …

Sour grapes, Ms. Zitko. Where is the outrage from your side over the (maybe) fixed elections? Not a peep have I heard. Many liberals voted red this time. Forty-four percent Hispanics voted for Abbott of Texas that conservative of the party who has “no use for them.” He got 54 percent of “those abused women” who have suffered unimaginably under the GOP; 10 percent of blacks have moved away from Obama’s far left positions. Eyes are being opened, thanks to this president.

We did not vote ignorant, Madam. People are very concerned for our great nation and the election Tuesday reflected it.

I agree that the economy, health care and jobs are vital. But please talk to me when this administration does something to stop illegal immigration that costs Americans billions and billions, they come over here and jump right on welfare and health care, it’s now their “right.” Oh, and how will they vote? Of course, the government does not pay for this, it is the hugely overburdened American people. And stop sending billions overseas to governments that despise us and want us dead. Insanity. Nearly $18 trillion in debt and our president won’t cut anything? Yes, we really need to concentrate on our economy. It’s not going to change under this president, but maybe the next.

Lest you think it’s only the Democrats, you would be wrong. Both sides have been guilty of horrible decisions. But this president has taken things to a new level.

God bless America,

Ellen Koehne
Peggy Fey
Hot Springs Village

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  1. Mike Nunn

    Well, at the risk of being quoted again by those who read this site. The ladies are total and complete Idiots!!!!

  2. Jacques

    Aren’t they just precious? Ellen and Peggy, barricaded behind the village gates, publicly confess their paranoia about ISIS. Tell us again, how many are in our country?! And over two thousand Hamas that Texas is watching “in that state alone”? Yegads! To arms, to arms…

    And Mister Ed, ensconced in that rural hamlet waiting for Apocalypse, goading opposition “whiners” (or liberals) to openly question the ascendency of a fascist ideology that should have been dead and buried, for a century at least, after the criminal antics of Dubya and his puppetmasters crashed our economy and spilled the blood of hundreds of thousands of innocents…

    Speaking of being pro-life, isn’t it always amusing that those who cannot bear children themselves – men and old women – have the most to say about what a woman should and should not do with her own body? Were it not for the possibility that an explosive growth of tissue inside a woman’s uterus might miraculously become a viable, breathing, sentient human being (capable of exercising those god-given traits of nobility – pillaging the planet and slaughtering other humans), we would all call it cancer. Yes, cancer. And we would have no compunction about taking extraordinary steps to remove it.

    But hell, we can’t even get America to abandon a quaint system of weights and measurements which date back to Roman and Anglo-Saxon times. What chance do we have that reason and science will ever overcome fear and superstition and our blood lust for war? Our best hope is that by 2016, many of those who foolishly voted for this coming season of political insanity will have shuffled off their mortal coil. Despite the heroic efforts of their socialized healthcare…

  3. Jacques

    This is the version that made its way into today’s paper, with slight edits, under the title “Let the taunting begin” (given the level of editorial butchery previous submissions have suffered, the relatively few edits this time, while largely unnecessary in my opinion, were slight and mostly cosmetic)…

    Dear editor:

    Aren’t they just precious? Barricaded behind their village gates, two damsels in distress are warning us that ISIS has mutated into an airborne plague. It has spread beyond the deserts of Syria and Babylon and is now here in our country! And Hamas, too. Hamas, that peculiar band of zealots, a fundamentalist theocracy that exists only in the crucible of besieged Gaza (and a few fevered imaginations), is apparently just beyond our borders! Arkansas borders, that is. “Over two thousand Hamas that Texas is watching in that state alone?!” Maybe little Tommy Cotton was right when he opined about our border insecurities. To arms, to arms…

    Meanwhile, from rural hamlets waiting for Apocalypse, the “winners” of last week’s election are randomly quoting holy writ to prove the outcome was divinely ordained, and not by the Koch brothers. Why even bother voting when the trampled grapes of wrath have so obviously transfigured you and me? Hallelujah! Glory, glory. Let the taunting begin. The irony is rich (as are the Koch brothers), but the most ridiculous among us are openly ridiculing “whiners” for daring to question the ascendency of a fascist ideology that should have died a long time ago. It took us more than a century to forgive Abraham Lincoln for taking away our slaves. But only six short years to forget the criminal recklessness that crashed our economy and spilled the blood of hundreds of thousands of innocents…

    Speaking of being pro-life, isn’t it always amusing that those who cannot bear children themselves – men and old women – have the most to say about what a woman should and should not do with her own body? Think about it. Were it not for the possibility that an explosive growth of tissue might eventually become a viable, breathing, sentient human (capable of exercising those God-given traits of nobility – pillaging the planet and slaughtering people), we would all call it cancer. Yes, cancer. And we would have no compunction about taking extraordinary steps to remove it.

    But it would be easier to get people to use their turn signals than to deal with the absurdities of preaching to others about abortion. Hell, we can’t even get America to abandon a quaint system of weights and measurements dating back to Roman and Anglo-Saxon times. What chance do we have that reason and science will ever overcome superstition and our blood lust for war? We’d best hunker down for a long hard, silly season of political insanity. Our best hope is that by 2016, many of those who foolishly voted their fear and loathing of the black man in the White House will have shuffled off their mortal coil. Despite the heroic efforts of their socialized healthcare…

    [Jacques d’Nalgar]
    Hot Springs, Arkansas

  4. Jacques

    The very next day, November 13, 2014, this retort appeared (to preserve freedom of speech in this country, no less), under the hygienic title “Cleaning house”… Apparently M. Wayne Spencer (a regular ranter in the Sentinel Record) did not understand the supreme irony of my final sentence, that old folks hating Obama have been on the receiving end of socialized healthcare since 1966. What in the heck does he think Medicare is?!

    Dear editor:

    Oh, yes, the taunting has begun, and it must be responded to, if freedom of speech is to be preserved in this country.

    First, [Jacques d’Nalgar] plays the race card in order to accuse others of being racist. I’m not sure what the “first black man in the White House” heard from the people who didn’t vote, but he was right when he said that his policies were on the ballot. Before I “shuffle off my mortal coil,” I will once again voice my objection to the “heroic efforts of my socialized health care.” When the Speaker of the House said, “We have to pass the bill in order to see what is in it,” that was an “opinionated talking point,” and I’m glad she isn’t the Speaker now. We, the People, “got something done.”

    Now, as to “cleaning house” — let me remind readers of what happened when the Republican Party got in trouble. Sen. Barry Goldwater and his Republican friends in the Senate took action. The vice president, Spiro Agnew, resigned and we had an appointed V.P. Then the president, Richard Nixon, resigned and, for a while, we had an appointed president. Both of those men knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that if they had not resigned, the congressional leaders of their own party would have seen them impeached and convicted. My friends, that is not “childlike arguing,” that is cleaning house, Republican style. Democrats came close when Hillarycare failed, but Bill was acquitted and now it’s back, with a vengeance. We may even elect Hillary as president. Democrats don’t know the meaning of “clean house.”

    M. Wayne Spencer
    Hot Springs

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