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Letters to the editor
Rating: 3.24 / 5 (45 votes)  
Posted: 2012 Sep 28 - 00:33

Dear Congressmen

It's terrible that our president is so busy campaigning that he can't be bothered to meet with his State Department people, Homeland Security and others responsible for keeping America and its people safe - wherever they are!

The latest attacks and murders at our American embassies are reason to withdraw our ambassadors and to stop sending millions and billions of our money to them.

If they cannot honor our people, who are there to protect those countries, stop supporting them now!

Why should we continue printing money or borrowing money to support those criminals? We can drill our own oil if we require environmentalist to use reason with their demands.

He has been campaigning for four years and obviously thinks campaigning is more important than returning to Washington to meet with the groups responsible for keeping America safe from enemies.

Using a film as an excuse to raid and kill is not reason for our president to apologize to the Muslims! Where is his spine and loyalty? The Muslims are more important to him than our country and "We, the people!

His speech yesterday did nothing to condemn the raids or warn them of consequences. He's milk toast when it comes to other countries and will go down in history as the president who bows and apologizes to everyone, except America.

It's time to get back to "carrying a big stick" and governing from a position of strength, not weakness.

Enough campaigning by our president. Get to the work of the country he was elected to govern and protect.

Judith Berry, Titusville

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