Hang in there

The politics being played by our neighbours to the south is a shell game played out by the Republican Party.

The politics being played by our neighbours to the south is a shell game played out by the Republican Party. Who do they think is falling for their B.S.? When Obama took office two years ago, he was the beneficiary of two terms of George W. Bush, whose legacy was to  make war in Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan which left he treasury in deplorable condition.

Now Obama comes along and thank God for that. He was elected because he promised Medicare and social security improvements with a plan to bring their troops home.

All things Republicans vehemently oppose because their party financiers, insurance companies, arms makers, petroleum companies and the list could go on forever, which being cut from the government gravy train. Hang in there, Mr. President.

Bill Frohlick

Armstrong

 

 

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