President Obama

Women will remember Rush

As regards Mr. (Robert) Carrell’s letter (Reader Input, March 16), he spoke of President Obama being a “knight in shining armor” and railed against free speech. Unfortunately ...

Limbaugh’s a pervert

Re: “Knight Obama to the rescue,” Reader Input, March 16: So, Mr. (Robert) Carrell, I would laugh at your letter if it wasn’t so pathetic. I think it was very nice of Preside ...

Knight Obama to the rescue

You know you are a weak and failed president when one of the highlights of your presidency will be saving a girl from some mean old talk show host. As if the country is well along ...

We’re a nation of believers

There is such a conflict going on regarding different candidates acknowledging that they are Christians. I believe that the First Amendment of our Constitution is very clear regard ...

Greed reigns supreme over oil prices

It looks like gasoline will soon be $5 a gallon. If we’re lucky, they will nudge it back to $4.85 or so. This will give us that little feeling of relief and acceptance that they ...

Obama mires US in more debt

This week President Obama released his fiscal year 2013 budget proposal. The president’s budget includes the largest and most irresponsible government spending spree in history a ...

Why beat drum for Obama?

Here we go again — another gushing letter in support of (President) Obama by Bob and Ginny Mock (“Obama earned second term,” Reader Input, Jan. 29). I can’t help but notice ...

Allow praise for bin Laden raid success

Aha, another conspiracy theory. One Navy Seal who monitored the raid on Osama (bin Laden)’s compound in real time says it definitely was bin Laden. That Seal, William McRaven, wa ...

Conceivable ways to fail

I found Dale Smith’s letter (“Obama fails in every conceivable way,” Jan. 27) a good sample of where we, the citizens, too often fail. When we have the opportunity to air our ...

Nation shall have fairness

During his campaign for the presidency, I vaguely recall Obama proudly declare he was going to do something dramatic to the oceans — raise, lower, part — I have forgotten the d ...