RE: Obamas Czars (Ooooh Please)
By Bill Nelson
January 06, 2010
When I was in Biology class, Evan, we respected our teachers,
classmates and the learning institution enough that we were not
disruptive or trying to draw attention to ourselves. We were
there to learn, Evan, can you say the same?
One of the things that I was taught while growing up was to respect
my elders and thier viewpoints even if I was in disagreement.
Please notice that I said respect not agree.
Perhaps you do not agree with Mr. Johnson's viewpoint, that is
your right. However, your disrespectful rant and cherry picking
of words to suit your agenda does not make your viewpoint any
more valid than his.
Maybe your viewpoint would have been better served if you would
have suggested to the readers that they Google or research the
czars names provided by Al Johnson for themselves and then the
readers could come to thier own informed conclusions. "Ooooh"
but then that might also be contrary to your agenda.
I would ask that all the readers here research these czars for
themselves thru as many sources as are available to you and then
come to your own conclusions. Then act. (Evan, I would not
be so presumptuous as to tell the readers what to think.)
I hope that most of Obama's
policies fail to be enacted, does that make me a racist? By
the way my Dr. is a person of color as are both of my sister
in-laws and several of my nieces and nephews.
North Saint Paul, MN
About: "50 something unapologetic
American, sick and tired of the speed that this government is
spending my (our) Grandchildren's money to buy votes to stay
in power and line thier pockets at our expense."
Received January 06, 2009 -
Published January 06, 2010
Obama Czars (Ooooh Please) By Evan Bolling
CZARS By Al Johnson
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