The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

Our Readers Speak

October 6, 2012

Our Readers Speak — Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012

 

Go vote for Barack Marx Hitler Obama

If you support President Obama’s notion that the “Rich must pay their fair share,” welcome to Marxism. Karl Marx clearly stated that “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs!”

If you believe in abortion and a woman’s right to choose, you are no better than the Germans who supported Hitler. He was responsible for murdering millions of Jews. You are supporting the murder of unborn babies, 50 million and counting.

If you believe that minorities are people with a different skin color and need special help financially, you are a racist. News flash, less than 0.012 percent of a person’s genetic makeup accounts for the color of their skin.

So, if you support these ideas, go ahead and vote for President Barack Marx Hitler Obama.

Harry McClung

Daniels

Obama not spiritual leader for U.S.

Barack Obama is not my pastor. He is not the spiritual leader representing the U.S. Barack Obama is the president of this country. I greatly admire his courage and honesty when speaking of his personal beliefs. It is no one’s business if I agree or disagree.

President Obama’s employment description is to ensure that all citizens have equal rights and opportunities. With multinational economic chaos ongoing, President Obama has struggled relentlessly for an improved economy. He can only suggest solutions; the Senate and Congress must provide the results. President Obama needs strong support to aid West Virginia’s citizens.

Rural Michigan Rep. Benishek, Tea Party favorite, strongly opposes federal spending. Working two years in Congress, his constituents are now upset — district projects lost funding; proposed job opportunities denied; subsidies for small businesses discontinued; a continual list of negative economic impact to their area...

Congressman Rahall’s job is to protect West Virginia’s interests when casting votes on proposed legislation. He is also responsible for all Americans. Laboring tirelessly on a multitude of committees, being knowledgeable of D.C.’s political climate, he votes with vision toward “the end result.” Often the outcome is several years in the future.

Seldom, if ever, has Nick Joe Rahall voted erroneously. Congressman Rahall has earned the privilege to continue working for us.

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