Letters to the Editor, July 17-20, 2010 | ParkRecord.com

Letters to the Editor, July 17-20, 2010


In order for President Obama to get Obama Care passed, he had to give his word and sign an executive order stating that "no federal funds would ever be used for abortion." He had to this so that Congressman Stupak and 13 other congressman would vote for Obama Care. Currently the federal government is providing federal money to 2 states high-risk insurance pool that among other things funds abortion.

President Obama took an oath to uphold the laws and constitution of the United States. His Attorney General Holder had a civil rights case that was already decided against two Black Panthers dismissed.

President Obama lied to Congressman Stupak and 13 other Congressmen about no federal funds to be used for abortion. President Obama is not upholding the laws of the United States by allowing his attorney general to not uphold the law.

It says a lot about the character of a person who lies to congressmen and violates his oath of office to uphold the laws of the United States. What else has he lied about? What other laws will Attorney General Holder choose to not enforce?

Robert Avery

Park City

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