Monday letters: Obama, Kerry damaging US

September 16, 2013 

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CAROLYN KASTER — AP

Any thinking and informed American has got to be so fed up with our joke of a president that it defies explanation. Barack Obama has lied to us so many times in the last four and a half years that many of us incredibly believe Russian President Vladimir Putin over our own president with respect to chemical weapons use in Syria. The last truth I remember Obama speaking was during his campaign on Oct. 30, 2008, when he said, “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming America,” which he and his regime have certainly done.

Thanks to Obama, John Kerry is Secretary of State and I can’t think of a more incompetent person for this position; according to Putin, Kerry is a liar.

The Syrian situation is something we have no business being involved in. At one point, Kerry, in his infinite wisdom, tells the world that we will only do a “very small” strike that won’t bother anyone. Nothing like telling your enemy exactly what you intend to do. I guess when he was commanding a gun boat in Vietnam he used a bull horn to let the Viet Cong around the bend know he was coming and what weapons he was going to use.

It seems Obama and Kerry are a lot more concerned about the Muslims in Syria than Obama and our last Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, were about Benghazi and the death of four Americans. Remember in the famous words of Hillary, “What difference does it make?”

I am fed up with all the incompetence or, worse yet, purposeful overwhelming of the system from this administration. We the people (no matter what your political affiliation) had better start paying attention and stop this administration from doing any more damage.

Thomas A. Stollmaier

Chapin

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