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Law applied unequally

The suspicion that there are some individuals to whom the law does not apply has awakened from its long slumber. Once again we see a verdict of “guilty but not guilty” being pronounced on the Clintons’ activities. The findings that cost a general his career virtually ensures Clinton will win the November election.

Perhaps it is best that we the people just accept the fact that we are going to be led by those who rule by the lie. I have no doubt that President Obama’s “pen and phone” will be handed over (with relish) to Clinton when she takes the oath of office.

Beam us up, Scotty, this nation has been weighed in the balance and found wanting.

Carl Smith


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