They’ve com­pletely changed the coun­try in the past 40 years

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

The far-left lib­eral pro­gres­sives must be awed and en­cour­aged by their suc­cess in achiev­ing many of their de­sired agenda changes over re­cent decades. They have sup­port from many me­dia out­lets with own­er­ship and staff shar­ing their views. Ma­jor gains have been ac­com­plished un­der the lead­er­ship of a very lib­eral pres­i­dent, Barack Obama, and the Demo­crat-con­trolled Se­nate and House prior to the Repub­li­cans tak­ing con­trol of the House in Jan­uary 2011.

The lib­er­als con­trol ed­u­ca­tion, their teach­ers have in­flu­enced our young with their par­ti­san po­lit­i­cal ap­proaches, and the judges who de­cide cases on their sen­si­tiv­i­ties and not the Con­sti­tu­tion or the law, have made ma­jor con­tri­bu­tions to the lib­eral causes. The agenda items are re­ally de­signed by and for the ben­e­fit of a small mi­nor­ity. Our coun­try was founded on and con­tin­ues to be­lieve that ev­ery­one is en­ti­tled to speak out and make their case. It does not fol­low that the ma­jor­ity has to give up all its rights and ben­e­fits just to please the mi­nori­ties.

The lib­er­als with their huge me­dia sup­port ad­van­tage are try­ing to make the mod­er­ates and con­ser­va­tives ac­cept their premises. The changes the lib­er­als have achieved over the past decades have put our econ­omy at risk, di­min­ished the abil­ity to use our nat­u­ral en­ergy re­sources, weak­ened our mil­i­tary and threaten ev­ery as­pect of busi­ness prac­tices and con­sumer rights and free­doms of choices. The silent ma­jor­ity should not only speak out now, but take ac­tion against the lib­er­als. This can be ac­com­plished by vot­ing to re­place these peo­ple. Marvin L. Hoovis Cen­ter­ville, Mas­sachusetts

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