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Letter to the Editor


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By DE LAMAR GIBBONS
Blanding

Dear Editor,

Legislation without representation is tyranny! Too many of our laws are now being made by un-elected bureaucrats, agenda driven minorities, liberal judges and the ACLU. None of these people have been elected to make our laws. Good-bye democracy. We cannot un-elect these people, there is no way to remove them except by means illegal to print.

However, we do have a democratic government. Most of the millions of bureaucrats belong to the government employees union, an arm of the Democrat Party.

Senator Kennedy and other leaders of the Democrat Party black ball all judge appointees who do not subscribe to the far left agenda. Is there any hope for the future of America? Whatever happened to majority rule?


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