Pin­ing for 1812

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

Wash­ing­ton D.C. has be­come Amer­ica's Augean Sta­bles. All the an­i­mals we've been send­ing there over the last half cen­tury and longer have left be­hind and con­tinue to cre­ate even more moun­tains of ex­ec­u­tive, ju­di­cial and leg­isla­tive meadow muffins, with a stench that now per­me­ates the en­tire coun­try. Not even Her­cules, if he could di­vert the Po­tomac River to run through it, could wash the place out. Noth­ing short of an­other Hur­ri­cane Ka­t­rina mak­ing a di­rect hit could even scratch the sur­face.

Maybe we could con­vince our friends the Bri­tish, as part of some kind of bi­cen­ten­nial cel­e­bra­tion, to re­turn dur­ing our next pres­i­den­tial elec­tion year and again burn the place to the ground.

In the mean­time, Don’t Vote. It only en­cour­ages them. Mike Re­gan North Mankato, Min­nesota

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