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Letter to the editor: Trump trumps Obama

I know where to begin, letter-writer Al Duerig, (“Misinformed on Obama vs. Trump,”) on Ron Raymond’s letter (“Obama vs. Trump.”) Raymond’s letter speaks the truth. I support every word he wrote.

Raymond compared Presidents Obama and Trump — one was likable, loved by the media, and the other was despised. Yes, they are different, but one has worked harder for the American people. Thank you, President Trump.

Duerig is the one who is misinformed. Let’s make this simple: The liberals have created hate, wasted time and money investigating Trump, and are destroying America’s morals.

Duerig seems to believe socialism is good. I wonder if he believes in the liberals’ false promises of “free stuff,” such as college and health care, for votes. Free stuff means more taxes. Nothing of value is “free,” except free will. God dignifies us with free will, the power to choose right or wrong.

I believe the destruction of Venezuela is due to socialism. And Canada’s health care system is not all unicorns and rainbows: Over the last 20 years, Canadians’ health care insurance cost has increased by 174% while their income has only increased by 97%. This math does not equal success.

Over the past three years, the liberal politicians have chosen the wrong path for the American people. What have they done? I agree with Raymond: It is time they work with Trump and do the right thing for the American people who pay their salaries.

Obama vs. Trump? Trump wins!

Pamela Anderson

Mt. Pleasant


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