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Creitz twists opinion

Posted: August 6, 2009 9:19 p.m.
Updated: August 7, 2009 4:55 a.m.
 
In his reference to political statements about Honduras, William Creitz uses some interesting comparisons ("Obama's Marxism," The Signal, July 25).

"Adrift in a sea," "first ACLU meeting" and "Captain Sparrow's compass" are some examples.

Mr. Creitz tries to convey the impression that he is privy to and involved with the president's private discussions and meetings.

Consider that very few people, even members of Congress, can legitimately make that claim. I would question Mr. Creitz's purpose.

Anyone in this country can complain about the statements and opinions of anyone else including those of our president. What Mr. Creitz is doing is to excerpt other peoples' comments and opinions and present them in a partisan and biased manner to accomplish the misdirection of our attention.

The true intent is to cause us, the readers, to believe what he writes is truth and not merely his opinion.

In this process, Mr. Creitz manages to pass blame onto President Obama for problems that were created, generated and begun during the administration of President Bush.

Why was this self-proclaimed watchdog of our presidential leadership silent for most if not all of the previous administration? What is Mr. Creitz really trying to say?

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