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Letters: New lows reached by tearing down Palin

Hats off to Tom K., I agree wholeheartedly! In fact I am of the opinion that the democrats could have picked Monica Lewinski as the vice presidential nominee, and the entire democratic nation would have embraced her because 1) she's a woman and 2...

Hats off to Tom K., I agree wholeheartedly! In fact I am of the opinion that the democrats could have picked Monica Lewinski as the vice presidential nominee, and the entire democratic nation would have embraced her because 1) she's a woman and 2) of all her "White House" experience! And yet they have reached new lows tearing down a decent hard working, competent and God fearing woman like Sarah Palin. I only have a little bit of a problem believing they are telling even half the truth!

You really do have to wonder about a guy who spends 20 years "Amening" a man every Sunday, who's spewing anti white, anti American hatred to his congregation! And if you know that when you say Amen, you're saying "I agree" it becomes all the more telling. He has "distanced" himself from this church, just as he will "distance" himself from the American people, once he achieves his objectives.

Another thing people may want to consider about this man, is that he's always saying he's for you, the common, lower income people, he will "tax the rich and feed the poor." Yet he's completely financed by some of the richest people in the world. Do you really think he's only going to them? The very people who put him in the running, and he loves to hobnob with? (You don't see John McCain hanging around with the Hollywood elite, do you?)

Eyes to see and ears to hear people!

Leda Mitchell

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