LETTER: Where are the leaders?

Many of us are aware, without being constantly reminded, we are living in extremely uncertain times and it is becoming increasingly
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

Many of us are aware, without being constantly reminded, we are living in extremely uncertain times and it is becoming increasingly difficult to remain objective.

Noting that our president has an exceptionally poor job rating, placing the full blame of Congress and the opposition party does not hide the fact, the key word is leadership. Many simply refuse to admit or have turned a blind eye to the direction our country is headed.

Without resorting to the Internet or media for facts and figures, try examining this situation in general, using just plain common sense. Speak to the victims of home foreclosures, job losses and health benefits, not forgetting the huge deficit and quite frankly, a was that has gotten out of control. The administration has also planted a seed of discontent and gloats over decreasing membership in unions, which have fought a long, hard battle for the middle-class man and woman.

The wealthy refuse to acknowledge the state of the economy, suger-coating a failed administration, resulting in deceit flowing like a raging river.

Mel Conyer

Huron