LETTER: Noem not the one who needs to re-prioritizeMr. Varilek, I wish to thank you for your radio ad where you promise to be in D.C. 100 percent of the time to vote, not like Noem who has not done that.
By: Ray Grambihler , Tripp
To the Editor:
Mr. Varilek, I wish to thank you for your radio ad where you promise to be in D.C. 100 percent of the time to vote, not like Noem who has not done that. You are saying (Heaven forbid) if your wife or children are in a South Dakota hospital with only hours to live you will stay in D.C. and vote?
Or is it you can do what Noem can’t do: be in two places at the same time?
Now you say you are going to vote for Obama but you believe in our right to bear arms?
If it had not been for Thune and Noem, plus many bipartisan senators and representatives many citizens sending protests to the White House, we would now be under U.N. gun control. I have been unable to find out if Sen. Johnson’s name was on the protest. Was yours?
Are you lying when you say you support our right to bear arms?
Now you are after her for the farm bill being stalled in the House. You wouldn’t have got it passed with no help from anyone else.
You should have been in when the Democrats controlled both the House and Senate. Then you would have single-handedly passed a budget which has still not been passed.
I don’t know how much beer you drink, but I think your wife should take it away from you and get you out of your fantasy world, or you could stay home and have your children teach you how to play horseshoes, or was that faked for TV?
Then your friend Obama had other commitments so he couldn’t meet with Netanyahu to discuss the turmoil in the Middle East. What was the commitment? To be on David Letterman?