Young voters are too smart to let such slanted, inaccurate views influence them in their choices at the polls. And most of your older voters have heard the same rhetoric time and time again.
That's all Mr. Davis' letter to the editor is: more useless rhetoric.
The blame game
To the editor:
The time has come when everyone wants to point fingers at whomever is to blame for this economic crisis.
When Bill Clinton left office almost eight years ago, we had a surplus. Gasoline was $1.65 a gallon. The stock market was strong. People who wanted to work were working. Factories were not laying off or closing. We were at peace with foreign countries.
Today, under the Bush-Cheney administration, we are spending $10 billion a month on a war that we should never have engaged in. Iraq did not have anything to do with 9/11. We have lost 4,177 of our brave soldiers.
Bill may have cheated on Hillary, but he didn't kill anyone.
Gasoline has soared to almost five dollars a gallon.
The economy is in a mess. The stock market is down. Banks are foreclosing on people's houses. Some banks are broke. Factories are closing. A lot of people can't afford health insurance. People are losing their 401k and retirement accounts. We are now looking at national debt to the tune of over $10 trillion.
Blame the Democrats? I don't think so. Blame the Republicans.
Please remember all this when you vote on Nov. 4.
Boonesboro Lions: Thanks for the fish fry
To the Sun:
On Saturday Oct. 4, the Boonesboro Lions Club held its annual fall fish fry fund raiser.
Some 26 Lions and Lioness Club members and friends put in more than 320 hours of work preparing the food, setting up the club house site, selling tickets, and cooking, serving and delivering the food. But all our efforts would not be nearly as successful if it weren't for the support of our local community businesses and families.
East Kentucky Foods supplied key food items and the following made significant advance ticket purchases: Community Trust Bank, Scobee Funeral Home, Soft Suds Car Wash, Goebel Real Estate, the Varner family, Alliance Bank, Peoples Exchange Bank, the Nuchols family, Coles Ford, Winchester Chiropractic, and the Barrett and Farmer families.
I am sure that I missed some names but a big thanks to all who came out and enjoyed a wonderful day. Your support has helped Boonesboro Lions Club to generate funds for the Kentucky Lions Eye Foundation, Camp Crescendo, eyesight protection, eyeglasses, KidSight, and other local charities.
Boonesboro Lions Club