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Critics lack credentials

The Spokesman-Review

I recently read where Rush (former drug addict) Limbaugh and Dick (former VP and sharpshooter) Cheney were criticizing Gen. Colin Powell (former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff) for endorsing the views of President Obama, for his “Gitmo” and other policies, and are trying to tell him which political party he should belong to.

Here we have two draft dodgers and their other right-wing wacko friend, Sean Hannity, advising a four-star general on what policies to endorse. If hot air produced electricity, these three would be able to supply our country with enough energy that would justify anyone listening to them. They call themselves the “Conservative Underground in Exile.”

Well, I do not think they’ve gone deep enough or far enough away to justify that moniker.

Ed Hollow



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