So­cial­ism de­serves no credit

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

“U.S. drops from first to third in global com­pet­i­tive­ness rank­ing” (Web, May 31) fails to men­tion the fact that un­der Pres­i­dent Obama’s so­cial­ist agenda, busi­nesses have been treated poorly — of­ten to the point of be­ing forced into bankrupcy un­der fed­er­ally man­dated de­ci­sions.

Mr. Obama will stand for­ever as the worst pres­i­dent ever elected be­cause of his race. I am not a racist, but when 95 per­cent of blacks voted for Mr. Obama in the last elec­tion, wasn’t that racism per­son­i­fied? Did the news me­dia pub­lish any­thing ex­pos­ing that? No. All bowed to the po­lit­i­cally cor­rect, lib­eral gov­ern­ment that in the past eight years has set in mo­tion un­re­cov­er­able eco­nomic con­di­tions.

Ev­ery­thing from poorly planned and ex­e­cuted Oba­macare to this pres­i­dent’s trans­gen­der procla­ma­tion is a slap in the faces of Amer­i­can vot­ers.

Don­ald Trump is pop­u­lar be­cause of Mr. Obama and Amer­ica’s de­sire to get back to be­ing the cap­i­tal­ist, free-mar­ket so­ci­ety that made this coun­try great. It was not so­cial­ism that built us. LARRY SUTYAK Horse­heads, New York

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