End game

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - Ed­ward C. Men­gel

I en­joy Wes Pruden’s col­umns but I have a cou­ple of bones to pick with the one in the Nov. 12 is­sue (“Let’s have a lit­tle per­spec­tive, please,” page 4).

First, this is not a cen­ter­right coun­try. If it were, Barack Obama would not have been elected the first time; he cer­tainly wouldn’t have been re-elected.

This is a so­cial­ist coun­try a ma­jor­ity of whose vot­ers want to be France. What they are go­ing to get is Greece. Pres­i­dent Obama’s vot­ers are sim­patico with the peo­ple who ri­oted there: the coun­try be damned; I want mine.

Sec­ond, Mr. Obama did not win this elec­tion “fair and square.” In the same is­sue there are two pieces on Mr. Obama’s sup­pres­sion of the votes of the mil­i­tary. What is fair about that? As al­ways, dead peo­ple, il­le­gal aliens, vot­ers from other states and con­victed felons voted Demo­crat, some of them mul­ti­ple times. And Mr. Obama used great num­bers of fed­eral em­ploy­ees to work on his cam­paign. This is a crime. But he will get away with it just as he got away with tak­ing for­eign cam­paign con­tri­bu­tions and as he will get away with Beng­hazi (where he will lit­er­ally get away with mur­der).

I ap­pre­ci­ate Mr. Pruden’s rosy per­spec­tive but I agree with Ann Coul­ter: there is no hope. We will never again have a Repub­li­can pres­i­dent.

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