I don't think it's possible because they seem to have nothing to offer humanity except destruction and complete honesty would expose that. Cal Winter's letter of 2/14/13 is a prime example of exactly that."
Does that quote seem familiar? It's the first statement from my letter headed by "Liberal half-truths challenged" printed in the News Tribune Feb. 22. It seems by Jon Coret's letter of March 2 he falls into the same liberal methodology.
If he would like to re-read my letter, I quote the only reference I made to Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity's profession as follows: "Mr. Winter stated that Rush Limbaugh's and Sean Hannity's business is entertainment. Again, in true liberal form, is half right. If they are only entertainers it's difficult to believe they could be successful broadcasters for 20 years." From listening to Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity for many years, I would say neither have ever claimed to be "legitimate journalists" as Coret has, in true liberal form misquoted from my letter.
Also in true liberal form, Coret has brought up the only error for which Limbaugh has publicly apologized for during his 20 plus years in broadcasting. This attempt to discredit Limbaugh falls perfectly within another quote from my letter as follows: "The sad part is the only way they can seem to win any argument or election is to personally destroy their opponent(s)."
See what I mean? All liberals are alike. The only way they can win is with half-truths, lies or personal destruction. The sad part is the majority of the voters don't seem to care or understand they are being used totally for political purposes. I sincerely hope they learn that before the 2014 elections so Republicans can take control of the Senate and stop this economic madness.