Letter: Wood says Gaslin gets it all wrongTO THE EDITOR: As in the tale of Don Quixote, who saw 30 to 40 windmills on the horizon and told his friend that he would “slay the giants,” Mr. Gaslin, perched proudly atop his mount named Progressive, is tilting toward windmills and believes that he will slay the Republicans.
By: Scott Thomson, Maiden Rock, Pierce County Herald
TO THE EDITOR: As in the tale of Don Quixote, who saw 30 to 40 windmills on the horizon and told his friend that he would “slay the giants,” Mr. Gaslin, perched proudly atop his mount named Progressive, is tilting toward windmills and believes that he will slay the Republicans.
Cutting a straight line with precision, he writes the lies and half-truths from the DNC, via NPR and other government-media complex sources, to the uninterested who understand that both parties are corrupt.
From his Aug, 17, 2011 letter to the editor:
“Yes, debt is a burden, but money invested wisely will pay off. Everyone knows this.” Believing that the government is wise shows gullibility. The government cannot invest without stealing from us first.
Aug. 17, 2011: “This is a fact. The middle class lost retirement funds, home values and buying power as wages were/ are being depressed on account of the Bush tax cuts.” As time demonstrated, letting the “rich-1%” keep their own money was important enough for Bernanke to warn against ending and Obama to continue.
May 18, 2011: “When Democrats hold power, the message is that deficits matter and social issues are prominent.” Obama has run the debt up to record levels with the highest deficits.
May 18, 2011: “When Republicans hold power, deficits don’t matter and they try to shove their social agenda down our throats.” Obama places importance on condoms for Catholics and gay marriage.
Aug, 24, 2011: “It wasn’t your kid sister who took a payday loan to get another credit card. It was the Congress, agreeing to pay the debt it already obliged. Congress already agreed to incur this debt. They only needed to fund it as it has been routinely done many times previously.” Congress doesn’t have any money. They only move the money from the payer to the payee. We are the payers, including my “kid sister.”