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Loyal Democrats? |

Loyal Democrats?

| Wednesday, January 4, 2006 12:00 a.m

The once-great Democratic Party of the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s has taken on an absolute scary malignancy.

The ultra-liberal arm of this party today is against everything the current administration proposes for the safety and well-being of our nation. They’re against a nuclear energy policy, domestic drilling for oil, revamping the failed education system and the continuance of the Patriot Act.

They are also against the wiretapping of suspicious persons’ international phone calls and e-mails, claiming infringement of civil liberties.

Are they crazy• What good are civil liberties if we are hit again like 9/11 or worse?

While this great nation welcomes free speech and the exchange of all ideas regardless of how ridiculous, I personally would like to see a congressional hearing to question the allegiance of some Democrat leaders in our great nation.

Joseph Amadio

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