Proposed bill could speed recovery

Dear Editor,

Lynn Jenkins is campaigning. On the face of her campaign folder was a picture of the Treasury building alongside a sign stating “Internal Revenue Service.” That’s a cue for “Republican’s” blood pressure to rise.

Proposed bill could speed recovery
Dear Editor,
Lynn Jenkins is campaigning. On the face of her campaign folder was a picture of the Treasury building alongside a sign stating “Internal Revenue Service.” That’s a cue for “Republican’s” blood pressure to rise.
Below that, a picture showing sign between two doors stating “High unemployment rate continues.” She wants Obama blamed for that.
The third panel shows gas costing $4.79. That will anger the base. The enlightened will understand oil’s sold on the commodities market and the market’s to blame.
In bold type she asks: “What’s affecting your family’s budget?”
The true answer: It’s still that recession that George dragged this nation into.
The remedy the “Grand Old Party” suggested was to let the automobile manufacturers fail. Also, cut taxes for the rich. Beyond that, they just obstruct our recovery.
Obama successfully reformed our health care system. That will pay dividends.
He had bin Laden tracked down, and the Navy dispatched him to eternity.
He ignored the Republicans’ advice and the auto manufacturers are thriving.
Lynn claims he’s a failure at producing jobs. Apparently, math isn’t her strong suit. Today, we were informed that 227,000 jobs were added in February. That’s 3.9 million jobs in three years. Today, the stock market is up 6,482 points since he took office.
Lynn Jenkins voted no to everything he proposed. So, she forfeited any claim to our financial improvement.
If her party would pass that transportation bill the President proposed, that would speed up our recovery.
—Tom Davis, Girard

Thanks to all who make event successful
Dear Editor,
On behalf of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Board, staff, mentors, and children, I would like to thank all of the numerous volunteers, bowlers, and donors that gave so considerately of their time and money to help make this year’s Rock’n Bowl for Kids’ Sake a success.
As the new director of the organization, I was overwhelmed by how the community stepped up to support a cause that is so vital to the children of Crawford County.  
Please know that your generosity was very much appreciated.
—Emily Krysztof, Executive Director, Big Brothers Big Sisters

Don’t blame staff of local Hardee’s for advertisement
Dear Editor,
Don’t blame the manager and staff and excellent service of our local Pittsburg Hardee’s establishment if their sales decrease, because of the sexually explicit commercial from Hardee’s executive national headquarters.
I personally find this advertisement very offensive. I consider myself to be a normal intelligent person.
I feel that this advertisement was created by people who lack the virtue of moral intelligence.
Patricia Tanner, Pittsburg