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• Don’t believe everything on the big screen • Please slow down • President Obama is a hypocrite
Don’t believe everything on the big screen
I wondered what “2016: Obama’s America” was all about. So I went on line and looked up Dinesh D’Souza, the writer, that is an eye opener.
Plus the major newspapers comments on the film.
The Boston Globe wrote “A wildly Partisan attack documentary, made by wildly partisan and generally annoying Polemicists.”
Don’t believe everything you see, or hear. The GOP coffers are rich. The New Yorker says “Obama’s America is a work of propaganda that offers base innuendo in lieu of argument.”
The entire film is opinions of a man that worked for Reagan at the White House and has written a book slamming our president. If you believe this film, I have a bridge you might want to buy.
Don’t believe me? Look up the writer, Dinesh D’Souza.
Marjorie Lewis, Kapa‘a
Please slow down
To Kaua’i people and visitors: Keep the island people safe. A small reminder about slowing down for our children at schools, parks, beaches and around our neighborhoods. Continue the aloha spirit and drive with aloha Kaua‘i. Mahalo.
Antoinette Alapai, Hanalei
President Obama is a hypocrite
The war against millionaires and billionaires and big corporations of America is one of the many hypocrisies of President Obama. And to have his administration and the Obama campaign attack successful businesses no matter their size, and the men and women behind them and the many workers they employ, the president is out-of-step of what is to be a nation of opportunity. He even attacks “mom and pop” stores and other small businesses with his deceitful taxation policy especially under Obamacare. It must be reiterated that 716 billion dollars “stolen” out of Medicare to Obamacare is one-third of the Medicare budget.
This would not only deny care that seniors and the baby boomers worked so hard to achieve and secure for themselves, it would destroy the very foundation of Medicare. And Obama, in part, blames the millionaires and billionaires and corporate America for this. The hypocrisy of this is that many of the president’s big time donors are the very entities he is waging war against. And by so doing, his war goes beyond this and threatens the very foundation the United States was established on the principle of “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
America is the only nation in the world that the citizens and legal immigrants have equal opportunity to pursue their dream. The United States of America does not deny the rights of Americans to strive for the best they can become, but so to encourages the very best in all Americans.
Drew Kosora, Honolulu
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