Editor’s Note: This is a reader’s response to “No taxpayer bailout for ‘Russpublicans’ posing as Republicans,” a letter to the editor published in the March 15-17, 2017 Press Gazette.)


Dear editor,

Dan Stewart, the difference between communist and socialist ideology is that one uses force and the other says it doesn't to achieve a government of their desire.

For at least the last 80 years, the Democrat party has been described as the communist or socialist party that our grandfathers warned us about: when Democrats describe riots as protests and killing of innocent people as justified because it supports their cause — and thus the communist ideology of force.

A socialist government of unearned entitlements consisting of giveaways, that those receiving refuse to do any type of public service as repayment, being the basic flaw of socialism, I find laughable when you point at Republicans.

History shows the Democrat party has moved our nation closer to these non-functioning aspects of these same countries …

History shows, in the Democrat actions following WWI, that with the suppression of Germany created WWII and the following Cold War that split Europe — all under Democrat presidents. Ronald Reagan ended it.

… Our government sold a uranium mine used for mining nuclear material to a Russian-controlled company while receiving payment for organizing the sale … This same material may be shipped to Iran for nuclear advancement while Iran still advances its ballistic missile system under an unconstitutional agreement never ratified by the Senate with a two-thirds vote as described in our Constitution.

A treaty is an agreement between two or more countries — check the dictionary!

And you now quote our Constitution using subversive language to again point at Republicans.

I now understand why you have additional copies of the Communist Manifesto. What about Saul Alinsky's book "Rules for Radicals?”

If not, check with your Democrat leadership for a free copy!