Letter: Freedom of speach: You gotta lovd it


I have deep admiration for the U.S. Constitution. I respect and revere the First Amendment Right of Free Speech. It allows someone to comment on the moronic nature of a president that shouldn’t be allowed to pick up stray dogs, let alone be able to have his petite hands on the nuclear button. And it allows someone else to throw together incoherent sentences and stray thoughts that disagree with the act of questioning the president’s stable geniousness and fitness for office.

Our Constitution allows someone to call out the president on his traitorous support of a foreign adversary to the detriment of the nation’s national security and still allows the President’s fellow comrades to proudly disseminate their self-proclaimed alternative facts as if they were the gospel truth.

Our Constitution allows someone to mention that the person occupying the Oval Office has lied countless times to the American People and afterwards, people who have trouble dealing with reality, accept presidential non-stop lying as normal and don’t want to write their own original ideas can play Monday morning quarterback, critique someone else’s thoughts and feel good about themselves.

Is this a great country or what?

Larry Donaldson, Elida

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