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Letter: Opinion page offerings were too liberal

10:48 PM, Feb. 20, 2013  |  Comments

First of all, I will apologize for trashing the liberal opinions of the writer of the Sunday, Feb. 11, Sheboygan Press Opinion page.

First, the Postal Service editorial seemed to be written by some young individual not familiar with the seasoned and elderly citizens of long ago. In the fifth paragraph, the writer had the audacity to insult the elderly: "That is not to say the elimination of Saturday delivery will be painless. Many businesses rely on first-class mail delivery." Then it goes on to insult the elderly: "Many people, particularly the elderly, are not riders on the information superhighway and prefer their 'snail-mail' every day."

I recall, because my brain remembers, that the slow-paced turtle did defeat the fast-moving hare, a smart aleck in the race fable.

Second, the letter by Deb Klock condemning the Peter Muehleis letter appears to be right out of the Democratic Party manifesto. She writes: "What did Jesus say? 'Feed My sheep. Love your neighbor.' Look around. You can see that Jesus' words still live."

I recall from by biblical studies, Jesus saying beware of false prophecy. "O, ye hypocrites. O, ye of little faith." Ms. Klock may have been better advised by her church pastor. Do not rely on the rantings of a college professor from Lakeland College on radical Islamic teachings.

Third, the column "Immigration reform can cause economic suicide," is written by Steve and Cokie Roberts, two stalwarts of President William Jefferson Clinton's administration. I only report; you decide.

Truthfully, reading letters by Dr. Muehleis makes more sense that liberal thoughts. Let's be more accurate in our writings and opinions.

Milt Storm

Sheboygan

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