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Putin for Prez II

| Saturday, March 1, 2014, 9:00 p.m.

This is in response to Jack Juris' letter “Putin not ‘rootin'-tootin” , which was a reply to my letter “Political girliemen.” Mr. Juris needs to open his eyes.

The America (founded as a constitutional republic, not a democracy) he “sees” doesn't exist. We both live in the good ol' U.S.S.A. — The United Socialist States of America.

We have a socialist president who, to further his agenda, consistently thumbs his nose at the Constitution, believing he has the power to interpret the law of the land. He also has plenty of blood on his hands — Fast and Furious, Benghazi.

We have our own KGB, the NSA/CIA, which spy on everyone worldwide because they can get away with it. We also have a video producer still sitting in jail for allegedly causing the Benghazi attack. The attack on our Libyan embassy was a planned terrorist attack; it wasn't caused by a video.

As Hillary Clinton said when testifying before a congressional panel investigating the four American deaths in Benghazi: “What difference does it make?”

Considering the direction of our country, I'll say it again: Putin for president, 2016.

Joseph Bergoich

Oakmont

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