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  • Just as always. A writer of a letter to the advocate is required to sign their name and be verified before the letter is published. Bur then the anonymous backshooters writing in response who don't have guts enough to be identified with their opinions start.

    :Letters from Fielder an Foster were published and they brought forth severe criticism from a blogger who names them but NEVER will publish any thing anywhere but anonymously. This is only a short step from the spray can graffiti writers on walls in the cover of night. I notice that the publisher of this blog will only allow a few sycophants to be published on his blog. So it appears that this blogger troll has about 3 readers at the most

    Roy Mark

    November 4, 2012 at 8:16 a.m.
  • Carl your right, Obama has brainwashed this country, people can't see through his lies!

    November 4, 2012 at 8:06 a.m.
  • The amazing thing about history is that history does not care what color you are. History only documents the facts. Years from now American historians will prais President Barack Obama as the greatest president of our times. He saved us from a great depression, ended two wars and won the Nobel Peace Prize. What did Ronald Reagan do? He got a lot of US Marines killed in Beriut Lebenon (just to make himself look good for re election). Let the Russian air force shoot down a Korean air liner killing many americans (Reagan did not do anything to Russia), Traded hostages for arms in Iran/Contra (and did not take any responsibility). Sold the american people the big business "Trickle Down" theory and did not tell the american people that the trickle down would be in China. But then again Ronald Reagan was only an actor pretending to be president and did a great job of fooling so many. Barack Obama is a true american that loves america enough to endure those who cannot look beyound his color. God Bless President Obama and God Bless America.

    November 3, 2012 at 9:08 p.m.