Letter to the Editor: Get off my lawn
BY Dale Young, Tulsa
Friday, May 11, 2012
After reading the letters to the editor,
the difference in philosophies between
the left and the right is quite evident.
The lefties think the government should
supply welfare, food stamps, rent subsidies,
cell phones, etc. The righties think
government should get out of their lives
and businesses and if they are fortunate
enough to make a million bucks, they
are considered successful, not “cash
cows” like President Barack Obama and
his stooges see them.
I would guess, if one of those less
fortunate lefties gets lucky and finds
himself “rich,” he probably would join
the righties and be wary of the government
too. I’m also guessing they will be
spending less time in the casinos and
waiting in line at the welfare office, but
I’m just guessing.
My advice to them is, if someone
knocks on their door and says, “I’m
from the government and I’m here to
help,” then steal Clint Eastwood’s line
from the movie “Gran Torino” and with
squinty eyes, say, “Get off my lawn!”
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