LETTER: Playing the race card

I don't care If Obama is white, black, red or green. But If I or other Americans don't agree with his policies. we ar
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

I don't care If Obama is white, black, red or green.

But If I or other Americans don't agree with his policies. we are branded racist or fascist. Give me a break.

I do not like his policies. His and others In our leadership are forcing policies down our throat. Why not read, debate and finalize a health care reform bill before voting on it.

Name-calling is unfair to Americans who genuinely believe that this is bad for our country.

I don't care who came up with this bill, even if it was Republican. I don't like itand it treads on my rights and leans towards socialized medicine.

Pardon me for saying this, but you have some local editorials that promote racism on a weekly basis, stirring the pot and that is OK? Not in my book. But showing resentment and hate or anger because of one's opposite views is plain stupid

Maybe the ones calling names, are the ones who are really racist or playing the fascist card.

I will respect your view and expect the same from you. Like it or not.

When you look for excuses to hate, you usually find it somewhere and there is always trouble behind it. Americans are waking up, and thank God for that.

Bob Nickester

Sandusky