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Letter: Far left is taking advantage of this crisis

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Had more people known about the protest rally Saturday, the number of people would have been much greater. Here’s why: We’re told to stay home. Open air golf courses are closed. Porta-potties have been removed from open air parks and trails. The unintended consequences is public urination (and it is not just males believe it or not). No elective outpatient surgery, but one can get an abortion; somehow that’s not elective?

All of the above scream out: Stay home!

The first step for the far left to promote socialism is to create dependence on government. Take advantage of a crisis. Keep people home. Kids stay up all night playing video games, watching TV or cellphone use, and then sleep all day. Who needs school? Promote laziness. Close parks, golf courses and promote couch potatoes watching reruns knowing that there will be an increased consumption of alcohol, drugs, increased depression and suicide.

There does not seem to be too much concern about this from our governor. She’s “protecting” us from the Wuhan virus. How do you spell politics. (And it did start in China.)

The liberals do nothing but bash Trump on how he has handled the situation, but they can’t tell you how they would have handled it any better. He is damned if he does and damned if he doesn’t. Face it: This is a war and there have been casualties and there will be more until we have a vaccine in possibly 18 months or so. So which risk is worse? The Wuhan virus or the Michelle Grisham Lujan virus which is the destroyer of the economy that will cause more deaths than the virus.

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Older folks remember the Great Depression and no I am not running for office so unlike politicians I can say these things.

Larry D. Griffin

Roswell

 

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