I'm a U.S. citizen not subject to dictator's whim

2014-01-10T00:00:00Z I'm a U.S. citizen not subject to dictator's whim nwitimes.com
January 10, 2014 12:00 am

Admittedly, I am going to be 72 years old in March, but it doesn't really seem that long ago that I, as a normal American smart a--, would tell anyone to go to blazes if they thought they were going to tell me I had to do what they said. My reaction is still pretty much the same today.

I am a U.S. citizen, and you can't make me do something I don't want just because you think you know what's better for me than I do. My president is not my dictator, dear leader, nor any other despot. He is merely a man. A man who's elected, not crowned.

My congressman, Pete Visclosky, doesn't even deserve to be in office, since he, along with the other Democrats, actually voted for a 2,000-plus page piece of legislation (Obamacare) without reading one word of it. The correct spelling of that stupidity is m-a-l-f-e-a-s-a-n-c-e.

To repeat: I am a citizen of the United States. Who told you that you can dictate to me?

- Blythe Cozza, Crown Point

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