Don't be a popinjay
Last updated 2/14/2008 at Noon
On November 15, 2007, I wrote an opinion piece denouncing Hillary Clinton and listed a few of the reasons why I’m not her biggest fan. Then in the near future John H. Terrell wrote a letter criticizing me for labeling her as the blackmailing snollygoster she really is. I guess John H. Terrell is stuck in dreamland because the Clintons have more skeletons in their closets than there are bodies in all the Fallbrook cemeteries combined.
John said, “Any credible writer would have cited a source for that claim.” For my claims, I will cite Dick Morris. He has worked with the Clintons extensively since the late 1970’s and probably knows them better than anyone outside their family. Morris openly admits Hillary hired an army of private detectives to trace down the women her husband was involved with not to divorce him, not to reform him, not to catch him, but to blackmail the women into silence so he could get elected president.
I wonder why John H. Terrell didn’t cite any sources in his letter in order to prove his point that Hillary never did such a thing for Bill. Well, I think it was because he couldn’t. His actions symbolize the true liberal ideology that says everyone else has to play by the rules except me. John H. Terrell said, “Thinking before speaking (or writing) is always a good idea.” Why don’t you take your own advice?
Whenever I write my letters, I always keep it pithy and base my opinions on facts and don’t misrepresent anything. I wonder why I always have the last laugh in any political argument I choose to engage. It’s because my weapon is the truth. There are just too many arrogant popinjays who write letters containing a tarradiddle here and there, or there are those who choose to voice their opinions about topics that they have no knowledge on. People like Jon and Anna Monday, Jerry Sarnataro, John H. Terrell, Joe Howard Crews, and Robert F. Green must belong to a group called Fallbrook Liberals Against Truth (FLAT).