Electorate smart enough to understand liberal, conservative slants
To the Editor:
A major newspaper writer, Patrick Anderson, wrote an April 21 article that reveals a non-flattering portrait of Lt. Gov. Dan McKee.
McGee rants about a supposed conservative group, Gaspee that opposes his opponent Aaron Regunberg. A good bet is that most Rhode Islanders know little of Regunberg and less of Gaspee. However, Rhode Islanders know when a politician is arrogant and condescending and that surprisingly is McKee when he opts to shut down debate and banish those with a different opinion from our state. If a group wants babies born and not discarded (our ultimate disgrace), if they want truth about gun safety and not frantic political condemnation of all responsible gun owners.
If they want the word illegal to mean exactly that,
If they want secure borders, and if they are opposed to men using the ladies room, then that is their right and not
McGee's hyperbole that they are meddling in elections.
Most Americans are wise to the liberal/progressive agenda and they reject it. They are aware of the partiality, omissions and liberal slant in the media.
They are also aware of the liberal/progressive campaign against all things traditional and conservative. They are outraged that free speech is denied to individuals and groups, including the harassment and physical threats to speakers such as David Horowitz (liberal, now conservative). They are angry that liberal judges do not deport illegals that commit felonies. And they are angry that colleges and universities are grossly overloaded with liberal/progressives who are indoctrinating their children. But most of all they are offended by too many politicians assuming a persona of superiority and intellectual snobbery when in fact many of them are shallow, blundering, and disingenuous…and infuriatingly forget they serve us.