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March 14, 2013

Letter: Wall Street threatens the middle class

Wall Street and their Republican pimps in Congress, leading America to a one world government, run by Wall Street profits, are trying to sabotage President Obama’s economy and will bankrupt any business, no matter who they are or how rich. GM, for example.

Wall Street is the culprit in high oil prices and $4 gasoline. Their answer for high gasoline prices is, force small cars on us, with high gasoline mileage ratings, and guess who passes these laws? Their Congress pimps.

We are still waiting on more jobs from the Indiana Republican Party. None is the word and with less pay for the rest.

After a Democrat was elected to head the Indiana Department of Education, the Republicans in the Statehouse, using a power grab, are taking all her rights away through legislation. Just more Republican, Nazi-like tendency.

Come on, folks, these Indiana Republican congressmen, including Dan Coats, have no power in Washington. No one listens to them. They haven’t passed a bill in six years, or been on the winning side. Or, is this your idea of smaller government — no influence, no power?

I read an article where a few Republican thinkers suggest that Indiana’s primary should be moved up to an earlier date. Like, who cares?

Cyber crime is a threat to cripple our nation, but not on the same level as Wall Street crime, which threatens our very existence as a wealthy nation and prosperous middle class.

Frank Couch

Anderson

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  • Viewpoint: Pray for an end to abortion pandemic There are few, if any, conditions of our day that have more impact on our lives than the shameful practice of abortion – a legalized form of murder. There are many who say that should not be spoken in polite society. There are others who buy into the fabrication that since abortion is legal, it must be a non-issue.

    April 23, 2014

  • Viewpoint: Politicians creating instability in public schools

    I will begin this correspondence by stating I have known hundreds of educators from across the state of Indiana. There are a couple of fibers that commonly run through the character of most of these great people, educators truly care about kids, and they do not fear a fair and equitable evaluation.

    April 23, 2014

  • Viewpoint: Academic standards process a model for other states

    The State Board of Education is scheduled to adopt Indiana College and Career Ready standards at a special meeting on April 28.

    April 22, 2014

  • Viewpoint: Resources are available to prevent child abuse The word "courage" is often associated with the fight against child abuse. Front line victim advocates have long recognized the need for courage in order to protect victims. Behind the scene advocates need courage to fight for funding and attention to the cause.

    April 19, 2014

  • Viewpoint: Tree City USA distinction laughable I thoroughly enjoyed your April Fools' editorial announcing that the city of Anderson had received the Tree City USA distinction. Had I not realized it was a joke, I would have choked on my coffee. I was a little concerned that you did not announce to some of the less enlightened readers that it was an April Fools' joke.

    April 19, 2014

  • Letter: Local business gives valued aid to Girl Scouts The Girl Scouts of Central Madison County would like to thank the local Coca-Cola Distribution Center for their wonderful support.

    April 16, 2014

  • Letter: American people still don't know the full truth I think the last presidential election may have been the most corrupt one in the history of this nation.

    April 16, 2014

  • Letter: Public should get informed about fracking The League of Women Voters recently offered the viewing of "Gasland part 11" at the library. There were eight people there including myself.

    April 16, 2014

  • Letter: Indianapolis will be the winner with reservoir There have been many articles in The Herald Bulletin both pro and con about the proposed Mounds Lake reservoir. Let me put my two cents worth in, and I am sure that is how some will take it.

    April 16, 2014

  • Letter: American Right makes Left turn The American Right has suddenly made a Left turn on government surveillance after several years supporting George W. Bush's program to eavesdrop on telephone calls and read emails of American citizens without warrants.

    April 16, 2014

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