Franken supporters naive, gullible
Listening to the irresponsible comments on Fox News by Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D--Minnesota, regarding the current financial crisis where she says that "the debates should go on" is another prime example of her poor leadership and consistent poor jud...
Listening to the irresponsible comments on Fox News by Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D--Minnesota, regarding the current financial crisis where she says that "the debates should go on" is another prime example of her poor leadership and consistent poor judgment considering the magnitude of the financial problem. Raise your hand if you voted for her. Who voted for her? Not me!
Equal comments by Barack Obama, D-Illinois, Harry Reid, D--Nevada, and Nancy Pelosi, D--California, are again demonstrations of poor leadership and lack of responsibility to tax payers. Don't you remember they work for "us," and not for themselves? But in the liberal mind it's all about the personal power and not the people they imagine they represent. Harry Reid said, "We don't need them here" referring to two United States Senators' (candidates) to return to Washington in the midst of a financial crisis with imminent potential to bring another Great Depression. Harry Reid's real intention was setting a trap for Sen. John McCain to gain Obama votes but McCain out maneuvered them with the unannounced suspension of his campaign.
McCain and Alan Greenspan warned the Congress three years ago about the impending financial crisis but the warning was blown off by the Democratically controlled House and Senate. Meanwhile, Sens. Barack Obama and Chris Dodd, D--Connecticut, on the senate finance committee and Senator Barney Frank, D--Massachusetts, the leader of the Senate banking committee, were busy getting their pockets lined by Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Lehman Brothers and a host of other financial giants.
McCain, a true reformer, understands that he works for Americans and is putting "country first" rather than joining "The Talker" for his debate. This debate can wait.
My last comment is focused on the senate candidate Al Franken, who I am working hard to defeat because of his despicable moral character. Several months ago I remember Al Franken was a front-row attraction in Wadena. The drive-by media, NBC, CBS, ABC news must have been pretty boring. So apparently, some Wadena citizens didn't have anything better to do but attend his event where I'm sure I am accurately guessing he spewed his radical socialist views for taxpayer expense. This is a fine example of how politically naive and gullible many citizens of Wadena are. You ... I'm pointing at you ... you should be embarrassed if you have an Al Franken sign on your front lawn! If you're not ... your character is questionable. In addition, I wouldn't have been caught dead near him much less photographed in his presence.
Let me remind readers of this letter. For the past two years you have been hearing and reading the results of Democratically controlled house and Senate. "The Nothing Done Congress" led by Pontius Pelosi and Dingy Harry.
Chad Dickey Sr.
U.S. Army, SF, (Retired)