Liberals' distortions

Two recent letter writers to the Newnan Times-Herald proved what liberals are all about. One was titled “A liberal viewpoint” and the other “Right-wing name-callers.” They both proved what conservatives have always said about liberals. They lie, twist, distort what is said and just oppose everyone that is not like them.
You have one who claims a person’s success in life if they are conservative is due to liberals and unions. Then he writes the conservative writer (me) claims he is a war hero and that I called a recent letter writer all sorts of unpleasant names. None of that is true. This is another example of liberal distortion. The writer also did not mention that 400,000 union members walked away from the unions last year. Their numbers are dwindling.
The other writer could not debate the points so he just copied what I said and brought up Fox News. The liberals always know so much about Fox because half of Fox’s viewers are liberals. But yet they hate them, so why watch them?
The writer also said conservatives blame President Bush’s failures on Presidents Clinton and Obama. No, that is only liberal networks spewing that.
He claims right-wing voters are not successful in life. Fifty percent of the nation pays no personal income tax -- the majority of those are liberals. Seventy five percent of the voters that voted for Obama are on food stamps.

These two liberal writers are the perfect example of the Democratic Party -- they cannot debate anything and they believe your success in life is due to people like them. That is why, like Obama, they believe in wealth distribution.

Actually that is what is going on now. Conservatives working to support liberals. But I just want to thank these two liberals for proving what I had said is true.

Tom Quattlebaum, Newnan


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