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Shouting the loudest doesn’t translate to truth


To the Editor:

This is in response to Catherine Minolli's column last week. I have to admonish the editor's Opinion Page. She went to the outrageous endeavor of looking in depth at a movement; Tea/baggers and health care enemies. Apparently the writer doesn't realize that these people are in love!! Just like the old saying goes, "Love is blind," they are head over heels in love with their hate! None of them want to look into or hear or read that their Love is a sell-out, that their ideas are implanted by a orchestrated gang of fascist billionaires.

If anyone would take the time to see who is funding the Think Tanks, The PAC's, the foundations, the lobbyists, funding that goes to politicians and the media to push their agenda. These billionaires are spending gross amounts of money taken from their ill-gotten gains from denying claims and coverage. The prescription drug companies prices went up 400 percent since they managed to get money deducted from grandma's Social Security check.

If you ever wondered about Candice Miller's campaign coffers, they read like the who's who of the health industry. State Rep Daley is no piker when it comes to health industry contributions. Take a few minutes and look up who our media and politicians really serve.

Sometimes a good friend will tell someone that their infatuation is all wrong and they snap out of it. It's one thing to be wrong, it's another thing to be noisy wrong.

Joe Tribula, Almont Twp.
September 16, 2009

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