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Letter to the editor: Trump lies are hard to count

Posted 4/5/17

This is in response to the March 24 letter in the Daily News-Sun titled, “There’s no such things as a Free lunch” by Patricia Shanholtzer:”

First, Presdient Trump is not honest, he has …

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Letter to the editor: Trump lies are hard to count

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This is in response to the March 24 letter in the Daily News-Sun titled, “There’s no such things as a Free lunch” by Patricia Shanholtzer:”
First, Presdient Trump is not honest, he has told so many lies I have lost count.
Second, what campaign promises has he fulfilled?
No wall, no ACA replacement, the travel ban was deemed unconstitutional and, the Republican senators are not backing him.
He is not keeping his word, nor will he in the future.

You stated Meals on Wheels was useless, when in fact this program has SAVED our goverment $1.9 billion in keeping seniors from going to nursing homes. Check your facts lady. This program is ALL volunteers, from the drivers, the runners, etc. Seniors still pay for a good portion of the cost also. I am sure these unfortunate people did not plan on getting too sick to cook and having no family to help them.
Attacking innocent children is not a way to save money. It is purely evil and cruel to think a small child will be learning how to better themselves when their stomachs hurt from being hungry. Would Jesus condemn old people or hurt a child? If you believe in Jesus you do know the Golden Rule, Do unto others as you would have them do unto you? Your statements are not only ignorant, but morally wrong. The good news? Jesus will forgive you!

Cecila Simonelli
Sun City