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Letter: I’m angry. Why aren’t you?

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

If I sometimes come across as an angry man, I congratulate you upon your accurate perception. I am angry. I am incensed. The utter nonsense that is occurring in this nation is beyond the pale of our American values.

I make no apologies; life is not a popularity contest. If some are offended at my strident appeal for conservative causes and values, may I remind you that in spite of the machinations of government, this is still America.

May I simply point out the need to question authority? I recall a very prescient observation by a former president, where he envisioned a time such as this: "And only the very courageous will be able to keep alive the spirit of dissent that gave birth to this nation." I believe we are within the time envisioned by that president.

I urge every citizen to think about and question those that represent authority. Examine current events with a critical eye. Do not hesitate to ask "Where are we headed as a natio...

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