President sworn in, but the deceit and moral corruption continues

Dear Editor,
This letter is in response to our president of the United
States, now that he has been sworn in for the next four years.
In his speech he laid out plans for the next term. This new
agenda he has is way out of line. The things he is trying to
undertake are too big and too much for anybody
– there is no way he can fix social security with his
out-of-touch ideas.
Dear Editor,

This letter is in response to our president of the United States, now that he has been sworn in for the next four years.

In his speech he laid out plans for the next term. This new agenda he has is way out of line. The things he is trying to undertake are too big and too much for anybody – there is no way he can fix social security with his out-of-touch ideas.

Iraq will never be the same ever! No election will save it. Whether it was a mistake or not does not matter anymore. If Bush is so religious, when have your ever heard him say the two words “Jesus Christ?”

The decadence, and the way they danced at the parties laughing at the poor and middle class that they will never help. The folly and vanity they show goes beyond sin, and the money and power that the Republicans represent just goes to show me and the rest of the world their arrogance and corruption. Jesus Christ would have never backed up these people!

I am very disappointed in the people who voted for this president’s reelection. I’m sure Alan Viarengo, Stuart Allen and Mark Zappa would disagree. But I’m very disappointed with the American people, ashamed even in voting this way!

The president will have a legacy – one of death and destruction, war and division and fear. Now he and the Republican party are trying to scare us about social security, when in fact they are mismanaging our money in this area.

Our borders are still not that safe, and money and power rule the Bush family dynasty. Bush now is reaching out for more allies in the fight against terrorism. The president has a lot of friends but he also has more enemies than ever before.

He tells us one thing but does another. Anyone can make bold statements and promise you the world, but in the long run this is just a fantasy that no one can deliver. And the people who follow such a mad man will go down as well.

I’m sorry to offend half the country and the Americans that vote, but the other half of us don’t think the solution is wars and killing innocent people no matter what. We have given too many weapons and this should be stopped. A lot of these countries just use them against their neighbors! Is this what the Bible is all about? If it is, God help us!

Daniel Garcia, Gilroy

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