Honesty Or Dishonesty In Our Government

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Editor:

It has been about a year since the people chose dishonesty in our government when they re-elected Obama back for a second term.

When people talk about dishonesty in politics they always bring up Richard Nixon and Watergate. Well Watergate is like taking a walk through Disneyland compared to the scandals of this administration! No one was murdered at Watergate, like in Benghazi.

The main stream media went crazy going after Richard Nixon after the Watergate break in. They were relentless. Then you look at the mainstream media today and they do everything to protect Obama. It is despicable that there is no longer an honest news media except for Fox News. Isn’t it ironic that Obama hates Fox News, must be because they actually report the truth!

Hillary Clinton and Obama need to answer why they would not protect the ambassador and the other brave Americans in Benghazi. The military was told to stand down and not go to their rescue. What is their reasoning?

Why did Obama go to a fund-raiser the next morning in Las Vegas when four Americans laid dead in Benghazi? Why did Obama and Hillary come out and bold faced lie to the American people and the world stating the attack was by protesters because of a video that no one even saw, while they knew the whole time it was a planned terrorist plot?

The role of the government is to protect the United States citizens, not to take advantage of them and take their rights away because they want a bigger government.

Just look at what lies Obama and other Democrats have been saying about Obamacare. They knew in 2010 that millions of Americans would lose their health care, but they lied because they wanted it to pass at any cost!

If knowingly lying about Benghazi, deceiving the American people about Obamacare, and spying on all Americans is not grounds for impeachment, I don’t know what is!

As a footnote: To those people that write in to this paper and are upset with Rep. Barton when she compared Obama to Hitler’s tactics. I am sure that these were the same people that called for the Democratic Party to apologize to George W. Bush and Dick Cheney when they were compared to Hitler and other dictators. Give me a break the silence was deafening!

Sarkis Mouradian

Comments

dale kasl 7 months ago

Yes,people wake up to all the damage Obama and his followers have done to this country.How many changes to Obamacare.Scrap the whole bill.I want friends that have insurance and have had it cancelled and others don't want insurance leave us alone.People that have been turned down help them,but don't make them pay for anything they don't need like paying for abortions for others.

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Ted Paulk 7 months ago

Ben Ghazi, Bin Gauzy, Byn Crazy, Been There,..Get over it...Obama and Hilary did not kill these men!!! Wow, did someone leave the door to the asylum unlocked again? What a sad bunch of letters to be published on Christmas Eve!!!

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Ronald Hamric 7 months ago

Ted,

First off, Merry Christmas. Ted, you know that, just like the 19 firefighters who died in the Yarnell fire, those 4 Americans who died in Benghazi were put in harms way by those over them. That makes their safety/welfare the responsibility of the upper echelons. Lives were lost unnecessarily and all most Americans want is accountability. The dead deserve at least that much. To this date, over a year after the incident, not one person at the "command level" has been called to pay for those deaths due to their failure to do their job. And Hillary's response when asked about it before Congress..."What difference does it make?" You are okay with that?

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don evans 7 months ago

Yeah, he is ok with that! Based on all his previous posts in response to many other letters on different subjects. He has told us he is the Vice Commander of the local Payson American Legion???? Go figure???? I bet the citizens of Riverton, Wyoming, really miss his public political proclivity.

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Kim Chittick 7 months ago

Aaahhh Teddy, Teddy, Teddy...and you were doing so well too....

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Ted Paulk 6 months, 4 weeks ago

Just a reminder about the former Commander in Chief who got us into Iraq and has cost over 4,000 (a lot more than 4) dead, and you guys still defend him. Ron, I happened to watch Hillary being raked over the coals by the old chicken hawks at the hearing. You are taking her words way out of context. She was heartbroken over their deaths, she lost a good friend, but Darrell Issa and his cronies won't let it go away. I always watched John McCain give a press interview complaining that he wasn't getting any answers...this press briefing, called by McCain took place at the exact time that a briefing was being given to congress by the State Department...which gave the comedians a lot of fodder for the evening shows. I have seen a lot more info that ONE command level person...And did you happen to watch the news this morning...Sunday? It appears the State Dept was giving an honest report on facts they had at the time.
And Don, I am no longer Vice Commander at the American Legion, but I have to wonder , why do you have a problem with an organization that helps veterans.

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Ronald Hamric 6 months, 3 weeks ago

Ted "...And did you happen to watch the news this morning...Sunday? It appears the State Dept was giving an honest report on facts they had at the time. "

Are you referring to the New York Times article by David D. Kirkpatrick? If so, I'll wait till the dust settles to see who is "spinning" for political motives and who can convince me they are trustworthy. At the moment, there are several who were "boots on the ground in Benghazi" at the time ( you know, like front row seats) and they are already disputing the NYT article as being "misleading". Even the ambassador's next in command is saying the article is inaccurate. Think I'll wait awhile on this one.

Have a blessed and Happy New Year!

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Rex Hinshaw 6 months, 3 weeks ago

Mr. Paulk, I will NOT get over Benghazi. Accessories to murder in this country are as guilty as the murderers. Wanting to get to the truth is not crazy,and don't go back to the old liberal excuse...blame Bush. Go and do some research and see who actually voted in congress to go into Iraq. Taking something from your own playbook.....Hillary lied....four men died.

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Ted Paulk 6 months, 3 weeks ago

I have been watching the news and saw Darrell Issa as the only talking head who still is beating this dead horse...and everyone with a sense of reality knows this is just to put a block in front of Hillary in 2016. It doesn't appear to be working however. Rex, Calling the prez and Hillary "murderers" is too much even for you!!!! FYI, I did a lot of research about who voted to go into Iraq and at the time I too thought it was the right idea. But later I discovered this trumped up war was based on lies, just like Vietnam, and was done to salve little Bush's ego. Maybe YOU should do some research and stop listening to FOX and Rush. You might come up with an original thought...and wouldn't that be special? Ted.

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Ted Paulk 6 months, 3 weeks ago

Oh and Ted Cruz on national TV Sunday, blaming Harry Reid and President Obama for the government shutdown was just one more small example of how truthful the teabaggers message has deteriorated> You guys who hate immigration so very much, might want to send this Canadian home...and now you will tell me he wasn't really born in Canada...Kenya perhaps?

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Ronald Hamric 6 months, 3 weeks ago

Ted,

How about taking it down a notch? You're continued use of the term "teabaggers" is offensive and puts you squarely in that group most designate as "haters". Others could use the same sort of "personal invectives" directed at you and those of your socio/political persuasion. That approach simply causes each side to further become entrenched in their dislike for each other, and the topics under debate get lost in the melee. I appreciate that you make the claim that you only reply "in kind" to those that have leveled false labels on you, but your continued use of the above "invective" is really over the line and will simply result in folks continuing to ignore your thoughts and opinions entirely. Let's have a debate and accept that oft we will have very strong disagreements on various issues, but not lower ourselves to the level of personal attacks. Just my 2 cents. Looking forward to the "beer summit'.

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H. Wm. Rhea III 6 months, 3 weeks ago

Ted, never confuse the News with the Truth. They are not the same!

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