Letters for July 7, 2016
Love those quotation marks
The news cycle obfuscation and diversions propagated by the Obamski White House are to facilitate his own evil “final solution.” The MSM—ever the gullible lemmings—routinely regurgitate the White House official line on transgender bathrooms, white cops killing black kids, educational equality, Brexit, military downsizing, etc. This is nothing but smoke and mirrors of Obozos real design—namely, to cancel the November elections, declare martial law, and become “Emperor for Life.”
A WH manufactured “crisis” of “Chicken Little the sky is falling” proportions will soon become apparent. Iran scraping the nuclear deal would be a likely candidate as the WH is not known for original thinking in the crisis department. The “crisis” will then manifest itself as completely at odds with the constitutional process of presidential selection “for the safety and security of the country.” Elections subsequently indefinitely “voided” by “presidential decree” and Obummer will declare himself in charge until “the crisis is averted.” Of course, the crisis will never be averted.
Nothing would please this writer more than to be didactically incorrect in this supposition. I merely put it out there in the hopes that rational and thinking Americans will have a chance to not be taken in by this future B. Hussein charade.
Kim & Lilibeth Kollman
Well of Wells
Re “Islamic expert” (letters, June 23):
K.R. Kollman wrote in his letter published on June 23, 2016, “without becoming an Orson Wells 1984 society!” While we can agree with his intent, he was no doubt referring to the book, 1984 that was written by Herbert George Wells, not Orson Welles, who was the radio and movie actor who gained notoriety for his War of the Worlds radio drama—which, just to confuse the matter more, happened to be based on the book by H.G. Wells—that caused panic in various cities across America when it was aired on CBS radio, October 30, 1938.
Be a sport and print a line to correct this error so that your dear readers learn the difference between these two notable gentlemen.
Editor’s note: We’re going to put in a word for George Orwell, who wrote Nineteen Eighty-Four, published in 1949, and sometimes published in the U.S. as 1984.