Foley, Bill Press hypnotized by ‘invisible Obama’
October 12, 2012 01:45 AM | 628 views | 6 6 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
DEAR EDITOR:

I am 83 years old and watching a dangerous young man who has hypnotized a vast portion of our people, especially Kevin Foley and Bill Press, into believing every word he says. But the president’s invisible self emerged at the Wednesday debate. In response to Romney making him look like a school boy in over his head, Foley immediately blasted forth with a dose of character assassination of both Romney and Ryan. Two men he knows nothing about.

His hero, the invisible Obama, studied under two professors, Cloward and Piven, at Columbia University who outlined a plan to socialize America by overwhelming the system with government and entitlement demands. And, now there he is purposely “overwhelming the U.S. economy to create systemic failure, economic crisis and social chaos and is intent on destroying capitalism and our country from within.” He even told us during his campaign for President that “we need to transform America,” while magnificently leaving out ... to what.

As quoted by a classmate attending Columbia when Obama was there, “His plan is a brilliant, Machiavellian game plan to turn the United States into a Socialist/Marxist state with a permanent majority that desperately needs government for survival.” One can only assume from their continual scurrilous articles that this is the man Foley and Press want for president.

Our Constitution has been skirted, ignored or trampled on as never before in our history. Why? The answer is self-evident. Remember that invisible self. To retain an imposter, who cares little about America, as president and commander-in-chief in such perilous times is to self-destructive.

Bob Wells
Kennesaw
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Regina C
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October 12, 2012
Any psychiatrist can tell you the reason for Kevin Foley's angst. He is a racist himself and it so frightens him he tries to blame everyione else in order to liberate himself. The phrases in which he sees racism is too ridiculous to be credible. Kevin have you not noticed that the MDJ is racist? Whenever they print Obama's name, it's always in black and whit (wink, wink).
hands down
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October 12, 2012
Hands down, this is the best letter to the editor I have ever read regarding Obama and his plan for this country. Here is someone who has the perspective and the knowledge to fully express what is going on and just how serious it is. Four more years of this man and we will be weakened beyond recognition, facing nuclear Iran, and financial ruin. Will Americans wake up? Time will tell.
Kevin Foley
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October 12, 2012
Mr. Wells - You recite some of the bizarre conspiracy theories you've heard from Fox News and Rush Limbaugh. You appear to be what is known as a "low information voter," limiting your sources to just those with whom you agree.

I imagine, since you're 83, however, you partake in Social Security and Medicare and, I'm pretty sure, you welcome these "socialized" benefits in your later years.
anonymous
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October 13, 2012
Interesting, a columnist actually firing back. Seems like Mr. Wells got under your skin. Thats funny. I thought columnists would write and not worry about comments from the pulic. Must be a weak ego or something. By the way Kevin, I dont read your drivel, so dont worry about me making a comment. Oh, and I have three college degrees and lots of information. I think its the Obama voters who have low information; actually low intelligence.
Devlin Adams
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October 13, 2012
Foley, your attemtps to demean and insult this man only serve to highlight your own bigotry.

You assume everyone who does not share your views to be low information voters who do not think for themsleves.

Secondly, your obvious bias against the older generation is pretty blatant and, quite frankly, pretty sickening. As to his partaking of Social Security and Medicare,I am sure he does. Why shouldn't he? He paid for one or both of them all his working life. It is not a handout, as you try to imply it is, in your insidious comments.
Devlin Adams
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October 13, 2012
Foley, your attempts to demean and insult this man only serve to highlight your own prejudices and confirmation bias.

You think everyone who does not agree with your views is a "low information voter", incapable of thinking for themselves.

Your bias against the older generation is both blatant and sickening. As to partaking of Social Security and Medicare, I am sure he does. Why shouldn't he? He paid for one or both of them for his entire working life. It is not a handout, as you try to imply with your insidious comment.
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