Even on Florida’s Suburban Treasure Coast…

Letter to the Editor of the TCPalm News:

“Many undecided voters are being confused not only by the rhetorical babble of the candidates running for office, but also by TV media analysts offering biased views.

They, and members of the press, regard Barack Obama as a superstar candidate. Most disturbing is the deception and prevarication by the candidates themselves. How many members of the press and TV analysts researched Obama’s true identity and reported their findings to the voters?

Messrs. Fred Siegal and Stephen Sprussel submitted articles printed in the May 5 issue of the National Review concerning Obama. Apparently, Mr. Obama was not truthful regarding his relationship with Tony Rezko and the Revs. Jeremiah Wright and James Meeks, says Mr. Siegel. Mr. Sprussel related how Tony Rezko raised thousands of dollars for Obama’s campaign and helped him purchase a million-dollar home.

Without authenticity for these articles, the writers could normally be charged for slander. An eerie silence by Mr. Obama and his advocates only construes that the reported information is truthful.

It’s time we learned about the real Barack Obama before going to the voting booth.”

William L. Santos

Port St. Lucie


3 responses to “Even on Florida’s Suburban Treasure Coast…

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