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Letters to the Editor 2/9

February 09, 2001

Letters to the Editor 2/9



Get rid of Bill Clinton



To the editor:

From our media sources it is common knowledge that William J. Clinton is still fleecing the taxpayer and citizens of the United States. It is projected he will steal, I mean receive, 15 point some millions a year, that taxpayers will forfeit out of pocket. You talk about conserving. Why not strip his ill-gotten gains to $50,000 a year and leave it at that?

If he don't like it send him to Russia to live with his commie friend Yeltsin. Clinton doesn't rate more than other presidents. He did more to disgrace this country than any president in our lifetime.

He did more to bring God's judgment on U.S. than many deranged groups that have crawled out of our liberal educational institutes in America. He vetoed the partial abortion bill ban three times. That's enough to hang him for, not give him riches for siding with every ultra-left program in America. The true Christian wars against spiritual wickedness are in high places, yes, here in our country. About 50 percent are hanging around Washington, D.C.

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All these liberal lobbyists pay big money and the outgoing administration, if you will admit it, were gratified greatly. Clinton's friends like Mr. Rich will share some of his dirty money.

One hundred thousand dollars per speech twice a month, who's that dumb to endure such punishment?

People need to smarten up around here. If Clinton lied once he lied a thousand times. Do you enjoy a lie? Clinton laughs at you and lies and has one hand in your pocket. P.T. Barnum said there's one born every minute. You know what I mean!

Edward A. E. Snyder

Williamsport




Don't confuse fiction with fact



To the editor:

I recently previewed a movie that was released in our community called "Left Behind," an apocalyptic thriller, based on a best-selling book of the same name.

As a devout Bible follower belonging to the Seventh-day Adventist Church and pastor of one of our local congregations, I can find no support for the concept of a secret rapture in the Bible, nor the second chance for salvation that the movie depicts. Bible believers can refer to Revelation, chapters 19-22, for a clear picture of what will happen when the Lord returns.

Some will excuse the book and movie as mere entertainment. I am writing, in part, because I am concerned about entertainment becoming so real to some that they believe this fiction as fact.

I know that by mentioning this issue, it will drive some to view the movie that might have otherwise ignored it. However, I couldn't remain silent and let this kind of deception needlessly confuse truth seekers.

I will be pleased to discuss this movie, the issue of the secret rapture, or other end-time Bible issues with anyone interested. I can be reached at my church office at (301-733-4411).

Pastor James Hoffer

Seventh-day Adventist Church

Hagerstown




Women, stay clothed



To the editor:

Won't liberals ever face reality? I've just finished reading Ms. Sweeny's letter of Jan. 7, and I can't figure out where she gets the figures to support her cliam that the majority of Americans do not support John Ashcroft or Gail Norton.

When we voted for Bush we certainly expected a conservative cabinet to be nominated. As for the services she says women take for granted such as family planning, maybe these women should plan to keep their clothes on until they are able to start a family without being a burden on society.

She also says that we should support family planning overseas. This money would be better spent here controlling the illegal population growth that occurs everytime an illegal immigrant crosses our border. The Democratic party certianly has the right symbol - the Jackass.

Jeff Cantner

Hagerstown

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