Friday, November 19, 2010

Dear Sharon Davis

You wrote this powerful letter to the Salt Lake Tribune:

 You didn't get mad:
>when the Supreme Court stopped a legal recount and appointed a President:
>when Vice President Dick Cheney let energy companies dictate energy policy:
>when a CIA operative got outed:
>when we illegally invaded a country that posed no threat to us:
>when we spent $800 billion on said illegal war:
>when we tortured people:
>when the government illegally wiretapped Americans:
>when Bush rang up $5 trillion in debt:
>when we gave the filthy rich half a trillion dollars in tax breaks:
>when we had the worst eight years of job creation in decades:
>when 200,000 Americans died because they had no health insurance:
>when poor oversight caused Americans to lose $12 trillion in investments, retirement, and home values:


You finally got mad as hell when a black President decided that Americans deserve the right to see a doctor.
Yes, illegal wars, lies, corruption, torture, millions of job losses, stealing tax dollars to make the rich richer, and the worst economic disaster since 1929 were all OK, but helping fellow Americans to stay healthy ...oh hell no!


Thank you Sharon Davis

10 comments:

Gwendolyn H. Barry said...

Thats pretty good. Admitted. Nice catch!

Jerry Critter said...

Welcome to the republican America, where the promotion of death is more important than the promotion of life particularly when money is involved.

Mauigirl said...

Great letter. It sums up exactly how hypocritical all these people are. Like, deficits are suddenly EVIL when it was fine when Bush was doing it.

Kulkuri said...

This needs to be repeated often!!

Utah Savage said...

Please pass this letter around. It needs to be read far and wide.

Teeluck said...

Wow...the truth is sobering!

Michael said...

I am a sucker for passive-aggressive writing

Beach Bum said...

Give them Hell Peggy!

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Fran said...

Thanks for giving Sharon Davis a verbal kick in the ass. I encourage you to send your editorial to the paper.