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Don’t attack Bush with pot politics

Admittedly less than a mental giant, I can’t help but marvel at the intelligentsia possessed by many locals obviously connected to the president, his cabinet and Iraq. I don’t doubt their wisdom, but facts aren’t one of liberalism’s strengths.

Somehow, America is responsible for conquest, oil control, the environment, you name it. If San Francisco was attacked, destroying the Golden Gate Bridge and killing 3,000 commuters, would that be America’s fault, or does 3,000 miles make a difference? The plane would probably wipe out Nevada City; would that make a difference?

We have defeated countries in war but never conquered them. We wouldn’t need foreign oil if we weren’t controlled by environmentalists who are more concerned with caribou in a desolation few humans will ever see or care to.



Many, including myself, enjoyed simpler times, but supply and demand can’t be denied. If you want to attack a president who loves his country and fights to defend it, do it with facts, not pot-party politics.

Frank Haggerty




Penn Valley


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