Our government is corrupt

To the Editor:

Thank God we live in a republic with a constitution which is the envy of the world — with its 27 amendments, the first 10 to protect the people.

Today our republic is in decline with the most corrupt administration in our history. We have lost respect around the world. Consider the corrupt U.S. Homeland Security headed up by Secretary Jane Napolitano. Her agency released over 3,000 murderers, rapists and common criminals.

Also, the U.S. Department of Justice, with its widespread corruption under Attorney General Eric Holder. You can’t believe anything he says — he was held in contempt of Congress.

And the State Department — there’s corruption under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, with lies and deceit concerning the Benghazi terrorist attack. Four Americans died — “What difference does it make, said Clinton.

Then there’s the Internal Revenue Service corruption — and all its head honchos. The agency has the dubious honor of being an American terrorist organization.

The U.S. Department of Labor — another corrupt organization run by labor unions. There’s no balance in their decisions — Corporations leave our country.

All the adminstration’s department heads have caught the Hillary Clinton disease — “Can’t Remember, Don’t know, Don’t recall.” Remember, in a court of law in Arkansas, Hillary Clinton couldn’t remember her own name.

Common sense tells me they are all a corrupt bunch of liars.

No one has been held responsible for these crimes against the American people. No one fired, no one goes to prison. Some are promoted, others are on paid leave. If you or I committed these crimes we would spend time in jail.

The First Amendment with Freedom of Religion, Speech and the Press, are under attack, especially the press.

The Second Amendment, with the right to bear arms, is under attack. Tyrants control the press and disarm the people.

President Truman said it like it is. If you were an S.O.B., he said so. Truman, who had a high school education and was a soldier and Congressman, said “The buck stops here on my desk.” I like to say it like Truman. Obama can’t find his desk, but he can find his golf clubs. I voted for Truman.

Thomas Paine said the duty of a patriot is to protect his country from its government. Good advice 200 years ago, and it’s good advice today.

Hugh Sonner Sr., Corinth

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