Patrick Wayne Germond: Not a reasonable stance
To the editor:
This is in response to Ryan Neece's letter to the editor Monday. He was appalled about the Democratic Congress and the President's policy on foreign wire tapping, a position that Barack Obama now endorses.
Ryan sounds like a great guy who cares about America, but if he said this at work, I would smile and insist he take a drug test. Having sympathy for the terrorist still is not a reasonable stance.
This year, the number of people who are on the black list and are trying to get into the U.S. has risen sharply. Now is not the time to forget that these are the people who want to kill you and your family, Ryan.
Let us realize now, and soon to be recorded in history forever, that President Bush sent our brave American troops to a rogue Arab state and kicked their butt.
They did it loud and proud and won right in al-Qaeda's front yard.
As a closing note, President Bush personally lowered oil $20 a barrel by lifting the executive ban on off-shore drilling. This movement of half our government now limits how much speculators can scare buyers about an oil shortage.
Looks like it's just Nancy Pelosi and her liberals who are keeping fuel prices high and hurting working class Americans. Don't forget in 2005 Nancy and the Democrats promised to lower fuel prices.
This election will be up for grabs 100 percent across the board. The need for a Republican President and Congress is now.
Patrick Wayne Germond