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Letter to the editor: Does it matter anymore if our people get killed overseas?

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 19th, 2013

Like Hilary Clinton says, why does it matter anymore? Well, her family didnít get hurt over there; all she wants to see is the small arms treaty.

This will probably make the U.S., the biggest enemy in the world. This has been since the 1990s when U.S. President Ronald Reagan wanted to get out of the U.N. Look at the money we are spending into it and look at the backlash we are taking from them.

I say we, the National Association for Gun Rights, should continue to turn up the heat on the senators who are working to stop the signing of the small arms treaty. Oh, if you donít know anything about the treaty, they can tell your Congress not to do anything because they are left out just as the senators are in doubt; just ask them.

I started to think about this very much when he said the ≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠≠Russians will have more flexibility in my second term as president. Has everyone forgot those words? I havenít.

Right now, the U.S. Constitution is and must remain the supreme law of the land. I almost forgot President Barack Obama has already put orders on himself to stop anything that comes along Ė believe me or not. Why did they buy 25 million rounds of ammo? Well, the people of Wyoming arenít so dumb.

They are doing something right now. We need all 50 governors to get going and do something now. Right now, our president is mounting an all-out assault on our nation; like he told the Russian people, his massive power grab will mark the end of our nation and will condemn our children.

We buy everything from overseas. I hear Mazda is building a big auto plant in Mexico. Well, more welfare coming up. The House of Representatives, Senate and the executive offices of the United States should do a lot more than they are doing. Well, now I have everybody mad at me for writing this nasty letter of their choice for president.

P.S. Every president takes this oath upon being sworn into office.

I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of ability, preserve, protect and defend the constitution of the United States.

I really think he hasnít done his best.

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