U.S. needs to protect less fortunate people
To the Editor:
Some people claim we avoided a recession and are in a recovery phase. It’s good to be optimistic, but also realistic.
True, some sections of the economy show signs of improvement, but the whole picture doesn’t look that good. The last report is that we lost 54,000 jobs in August and with some 100,000 troops coming back from Iraq, they will also be looking for jobs.
I didn’t expect anyone to have difficulty understanding my recent letter to The Daily Republic, but Mr. Sibson says he did. Perhaps I should clarify a few things.
It is my belief that a man’s religion is his business and no one else’s. If George McGovern felt that he needed to be apologetic about his belief, that is his privilege, but that doesn’t’ mean that I have to look at it that way.
November 07, 2009
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