Letters to the editor, August 26

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Common on the left

Have you ever wondered why the Islamic terrorist Nidal Hasan, who was found guilty of 13 counts of premeditated murder stemming from a shooting rampage at Fort Hood on Nov. 5, 2009, only recently went to court?

Even though he often made his feelings known, cried out “Allah Akbar” during his shooting spree and was in communication with the jihadist Anwar al-Awlaki, why has the government declared it violence in the work place?

Hillary Clinton showed how little she cares about American lives when she said, “What does it matter now,” when she was testifying in front of Congress concerning Americans being left to die in the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012. If it was her daughter who was trapped there, do you think she would be a little concerned?

Why does the White House support the Muslim Brotherhood and other extremists, which gained power in the Middle East, but nothing for the democratic movement in Iran?

Even a local loon wrote a letter that said, “he will not address” the problem of terrorists being able to immigrate to the USA, after the Islamic guerrillas bombed Boston.

This act of coddling terrorism is common on the left.

The 9-11 investigation revealed that the threat of Islamic terrorism was ignored and those groups were allowed to increase, which led to 9-11. So, why do the Democrats continue to allow Islamic terrorism but harass constitutionalists?

All those who are honest with themselves know that the Obama administration is intentionally deconstructing the USA and adores playing politics.

Eric Mach

Denton


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