Echoing Democratic Party lies doesn't work

2014-05-18T00:00:00Z Echoing Democratic Party lies doesn't work
May 18, 2014 12:00 am

In response to Roy Roddy, echoing the Democratic Party's malicious lies regarding Republicans and the Tea Party no longer fools sensible Americans.

The adage "You can fool some of the people some of the time, but not all of the people all of the time" comes to mind.

Americans were played (as fools) by the Democratic Party with the biggest lies and deceit in decades — Obamacare.

This Democratic Party and loyalists have repeatedly demonstrated they will say and do anything to achieve their goals. They've lied to force Obamacare on Americans. They've even used government agencies (IRS, FBI) to silence opponents.

Democrat leaders expect people to actually believe Republicans want  voter ID requirements because it "disenfranchises minorities"? This is so preposterous, it's LOL funny. Yes, stand against the injustice of voter IDs. Get out and vote Democrat (preferably early and often). Show congressional Democrats your (non)appreciation in November.

- Milly Rich, Crown Point

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