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Government less than honest
By Al Johnson


February 08, 2010
Monday PM


In light of the continuing stream of statical data that is fed to the U.S public by our current administration that lacks the ability to be seen in the light of day, the fear of a Government that is less than honest in its dealings festers.

With that in mind, I recently sent a letter off to Senator Murkowski asking her to provide information regarding an apparent effort to dodge direct inquiry as to the names of 300 convicted terrorist and where they are housed.

Senator Murkowski,

Bryon York presents a quantum sized question in his piece. Could you please, provide me with the data regarding the 300 held terrorist claimed to be incarcerated? Who are they? Does the Senate committee on Home Land Security have their names and associations? If there is not that number, or you can not confirm who they are, please provide me with a copy of your correspondence to A/G Holder seeking that information.

It is said that if you tell a lie often and loudly, it will be accepted as the truth. Needless to say, I am one of those who doubts the word of my government. It lies to me and I don't like it.

Looking at the activity of the "Tea Party" movement, I am not alone, take heed.


Thank you

Ketchikan, AK

About: " Elder believer that the Constitution of our Country is not a living document. That all legislation considered should be matched with the Constitution for legality. I do believe my government lies to me. It is our right to challenge. I am."

Received February 06, 2009 - Published February 08, 2010



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