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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, March 16, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Recently, Attorney General Eric Holder, when asked about drone strikes on American citizens on American soil, finally said that yes, such strikes would indeed be unconstitutional and that he could not envision a scenario where they could be justified.

Or how about New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's attempt to ban sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces, which a judge recently stated is unconstitutional?

Personally, I do not agree with anything that nanny Mayor Bloomberg puts forth.

Bloomberg, not Dennis Rodman, should be playing basketball with the North Koreans since Bloomberg is more in line with the size of North Koreans. I believe the politically correct terminology is “vertically challenged.”

Or how about Nancy Pelosi, in a recent interview with newsman Chris Wallace? When Wallace asked her about government's runaway excessive spending, Nancy's inane reply was, “We don't have a spending problem, we have a paying-for-it problem.”

As Rush Limbaugh said, “Anyone with an I.Q. above that of a pencil eraser would understand how stupid Nancy's comment was.”

Lately, the North Koreans under their new leader have had a propensity to launch rockets.

Perhaps our unofficial ambassador to North Korea, Mr. Rodman, could persuade the North Koreans to give both Michael and Nancy a free rocket ride into outer space. Dennis could tag along.

Because outer space is where these people belong.

George Wesolosky


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