Obviously letter-writer David Sanderford shares a lot in common with Obama.
Neither got the message from the voters.
One can only view the real facts of the state of the country with true numbers.
More than 100 million on welfare is not a success.
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The actual unemployment rate is 11.5 percent.
The Affordable Care Act has proved to be unaffordable, unless it’s subsidized by the taxpayers.
The reality of these failures are facts!
Living in a liberal fog of denial helps no one.
This country needs to get back on the right track.
Hopefully with last Tuesday’s mandate, this country can finally get real change we can believe in.
— Cherita Goodman, Mansfield
David Sanderford, in his Nov. 7 letter, says it was a political miscalculation for Democrats to run away from President Obama.
NPR’s Cokie Roberts points out that Democrats who embraced Obama, like the Illinois and Maryland gubernatorial candidates, lost also.
Democrat Mary Landrieu of Louisiana did not embrace President Obama. She faces a Dec. 6 runoff. The favorite, Congressman Bill Cassidy, says that he will debate Sen. Landrieu for each trip the president travels to Louisiana and makes a rally with the senator.
A fighter from an astute political family, she has a chance to revise her strategy. Let’s see what she does.
— Mike Estes, Fort Worth