Letter to the Editor

 

mail-box-full-colorDear Editor:I have to agree with David Harper in his Letter to the Editor in the June issue of El Ojo in that I have concluded the magazine’s political philosophy enunciated primarily by two columnists is predictably statist in their tiresome advocacy of more government control of  everything.  A third columnist told us we lack common sense if we don’t believe the establishment’s bogus 911 report.Since El Ojo celebrates the beauty of individualities at Lakeside and elsewhere I have to consider its political disposition a sad inconsistency typical of big government advocates: Exhibit A – You’re a marvelous individual but bureaucratically administered and enforced universal health care paid for by Marxist redistribution of your wealth is what we decide is better for you. This is a letter not an article so I’ll leave it at that.Your Canadian conservative voice has tarnished credentials for me when he fails to understand the natural law right to self-defense as the foundation for the 2nd Amendment (yes, I’ve talked to him personally about this), and with his presentation to us of FDR and Nixon as underappreciated conservatives. Please! Now I’ll go back to enjoying the rest of your publication that celebrates individual freedom and expression skipping over the advocacy of the tried and failed scams of the new world order.Best regards,Martin E. O’ConnorSan Antonio Tlayacapan, Jaliscomartinedwardoconnor@yahoo.com331 356 3614

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