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Letter: Obama's smile nothing but a Cheshire grin

9:01 PM, Apr. 4, 2013  |  Comments

In his March 27 letter, Mr. Genisio employs the liberal progressive playbook again as he endeavors to minimize another person's opinion by claiming racist intent or overtones. When someone flashes a big smile, as Obama does, I am reminded of the Cheshire cat's big grin, which is well known for its distinctive, mischievous, mesmerizing grin in 'Alice in Wonderland'. Mr. Genisio seems to believe education and knowledge to be the primary criteria people must possess in order to make good political and election decisions. By knowing factual history, anyone can make good reality based decisions?history that is most often not taught in our schools. That's how an effective, real world, decision is made. It's no surprise to me that Mr. Genisio cites racial intent, his superior knowledge, years of education and degrees achieved in a sorry attempt to minimize another person's opinion. His 'Ivy League' arrogance apparently offers him immunity from "the power of the teeth". Really? His seriousness suffers another blow when he states he is now ready to vote for Hillary Clinton, the "What difference does it make" potential candidate. It makes a great deal of difference, because understanding how the tragic killings in Benghazi happened is the first step to making sure it doesn't happen over and over again.

Patrick Piper

Oshkosh

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