Obama is destroying U.S., so hang tough, Republicans

2012-11-21T00:00:00Z Obama is destroying U.S., so hang tough, Republicans nwitimes.com
November 21, 2012 12:00 am

A recent letter said the voters told the wealthy people the USA is not for sale. It seems the letter writer has a short memory. Obama bought it in 2008 and 2012 with George Soros's and others money. I believe he spent more money in both of those elections than the Republicans did.

Then President Barack Obama did not finish his work because of the do-nothing congress, that letter said. Could the real reason be that he was too busy to meet with the Republicans or get a budget from the Democrat-controlled Senate for four years? Could it be that Harry Reid would not allow any Republican bills come up for a vote in the Senate? 

Obama is destroying this country, and if Republicans want to be re-elected they had better hang tough.

I too am a son of a coal miner, one who helped start the unions, and I am also a retired steelworker. I would suggest getting some facts straight about what this president is all about.

- Bill Dunham, Valparaiso

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