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Weather, guns & Kennedy

| Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, 8:55 p.m.

Misguided as some people appear to be, I believe letter writer Gene Watson is way out there ( “What Republicans tell us” ).

First, I don't believe any one person or party can control weather. There is only one God and he controls our weather.

Second, maybe Watson should research all the gun laws that have been passed since 1940 and see how many duplicate laws there are and how many he may deem necessary in today's world before crying for more gun regulations.

Third, maybe he should look at his standard-bearer in 1960, President Kennedy, whose tax cuts moved the country into a boom era. I know he doesn't want to give President Reagan credit for doing the same thing, so I will. Tax cuts for the rich? Did he ever get a job from a poor person? Are there incentives to create jobs or expand or even start a business if all you do is feed a corrupt, money-hungry government?

What do you think?

Norman Sunday

Johnstown

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