Stop this bloated bully

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

It is hard not to like all of the an­nounced Repub­li­can can­di­dates for pres­i­dent. Each of them al­ready de­serves a spe­cial place in our hearts for their courage to en­ter the arena that lit­er­ally de­vours the soul. My one ques­tion to each would be: What will you do about the tyran­ni­cal fief­dom known as the EPA?

Now in full power over land, sea and sky, and com­plete with its own ed­u­ca­tional force (the Depart­ment of Ed­u­ca­tion), armed with an in­doc­tri­nat­ing cur­ricu­lum that teaches our chil­dren to de­spise Western civ­i­liza­tion, there is seem­ingly no con­fin­ing this vo­ra­cious mon­stros­ity to a rea­son­able bound­ary.

Great courage will in­deed be re­quired. The leg­isla­tive and ju­di­cial branches fear these fa­nat­ics. Too many of the dumbed-down Amer­i­can pop­u­lace has bought the myth of global warm­ing so the task of bring­ing this bu­reau­cratic as­sault on hu­man free­dom down to its very small job of sim­ply tend­ing the gar­den is a truly for­mi­da­ble chal­lenge.

To each of our wouldbe-pres­i­dents, I sim­ply ask, what is your plan, and will you please share it with us? Our prop­erty rights are al­ready gone, along with our rights to buy and use the im­ple­ments (cars, light bulbs, etc.) we need and want to live as civ­i­lized peo­ple. What’s next, our dwellings? Ac­tu­ally, they are al­ready into that. C. Allen Col­lier Gar­land, Texas

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