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Letter to the editor: A dream for America

I have a dream … that America will become a strong nation and that Mr. Trump will become leader for life; that the disagreeable, weak and unemployable shall be sent to work camps until they are set free; that genocide is approved to cleanse the nation.

A dream of one leader with unimpeachable, base wisdom who will suspend the Constitution and rule with unmatched judgment; who, with our ally Russia, will rule over the world’s inferior people.

A dream of all guns being confiscated by the NRA, which will replace police and courts to mete out a harsh but fair justice upholding righteousness.

A dream that the rich shall inherit the earth.


Ken Nicholson


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