Dear editor:

It’s reported the Communist Party of China is playing on an ancient weakness of mankind called greed. They turned the U.S. Chamber of Commerce into a conduit for China to pour millions of dollars into this election in support of the Tea Party candidates across this nation. China’s intention is to further destabilize this nation’s manufacturing through the Tea Party’s political actions, and bring our wages and living standards down to their workers level. If the Tea Party wins, China’s probably right in that assumption. I don’t for an instant believe the Tea Party is in collusion with them. China sees them as pawns in this election.

Dear editor:
It’s reported the Communist Party of China is playing on an ancient weakness of mankind called greed. They turned the U.S. Chamber of Commerce into a conduit for China to pour millions of dollars into this election in support of the Tea Party candidates across this nation. China’s intention is to further destabilize this nation’s manufacturing through the Tea Party’s political actions, and bring our wages and living standards down to their workers level. If the Tea Party wins, China’s probably right in that assumption. I don’t for an instant believe the Tea Party is in collusion with them. China sees them as pawns in this election.

The Tea Party, and the right wing of the Republican Party, has the intention to bring our government to a stand still. Attempting to win their stated desires to privatize Social Security. Do away with unemployment insurance. Do away with the Board of Education. Kill insurance reform. Do away with minimum wage laws. Kill any laws that restrict the banks and loan company’s activity. Do away with Medicare.

Simply put, they want to regress to the 1880s. When insurance was nonexistent. When workers worked long hours for starvation wages, with no protection from abuse from their employers. Lived in their employer’s substandard housing and purchased their goods from his stores.

What remains of our standard of living is at stake in this election.
Tom Davis
Girard