It seems Richard Hayes (Letters, March 12), like many liberals, would like to limit or silence the speech of conservatives so that liberals without opposition can promote their imaginary problems and problems over which man doesn’t have control. Then our out-of-control government can meddle even more in every aspect of our lives.
Conservatives offer solutions, but liberals don’t listen. Observe the Sen. Harry Reid, liberal-controlled Senate for instance. Liberals often employ cute one-liner inaccuracies to belittle a writer, thereby casting aspersions on anything the writer writes instead of discussing the issues with which they disagree.
I’d rather have one foot stuck in the ’50s and other in the Tea Party, as Hayes claims, than be in bull up to my neck. But he’s wrong. Both my feet are stuck firmly on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. And I’m not moving regardless of what nonsense liberals produce from their fertile imaginations and feel-good proposals.
Liberals are often inaccurate. I don’t have the space here to provide the many examples. I will continue to write as long as I am able, the paper allows me to and liberals produce their bologna. May I suggest to Hayes — if he doesn’t like my letters, don’t read them!
John Faulkner, Richland