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GOP: Shadows of Nazi Party

| April 7, 2010 5:18 AM

I feel sorrow.

As a child “I liked Ike.” I was curious toward Pres. Ford since he was a lodge brother. Bush I seemed a good person.

Now we have politicians inciting angry gatherings to commit acts of violence or murder. So far we have broken windows, death threats & vandalism.

My hopes are it ends here, my fears escalation, injuries and death.

Four months ago republican politicians told followers not to injure congresspeople during congressional break, while loudly listening and stressing reasons why Pres. Obama should be killed.

Since ‘passage of health care, all democrat congresspeople are being targeted with Palin rifle-hairs and hate-filled bigoted language.

It is sad the leadership of the Republican Party has chosen to embrace the dogma and violence of the American Nazi Party. I have known a great many honorable Republicans in my life. Am hoping they gain control of their party before our society spins out of control.

CECIL KELLY III

Coeur d’Alene

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