A message from Copperhill to New York City

Posted 5/12/19

To The Editor:To avoid a Sisyphean procedure would anyone hire a shoemaker to perform heart surgery? Would you hire a heart surgeon to build your house? How about voting for, and electing, a tortuous …

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A message from Copperhill to New York City

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To The Editor:

To avoid a Sisyphean procedure would anyone hire a shoemaker to perform heart surgery? Would you hire a heart surgeon to build your house?

How about voting for, and electing, a tortuous bar tender from a slop house in New York City to run the government? Are there people in the country that are actually that stupid? What would you expect the outcome to be?

The 2018 congressional election answered these questions and more.

The voters of New York City finally elected a political leader who has the answer to America’s problems. For years our government leaders have been focused on protecting the homeland, and its citizens, and now we have a leader who has zeroed-in on the real problem facing our country today.

It’s not foreign governments or ISIS. No, it’s "global warming." If something isn’t done we will cease to exist in 12 years, this ex liquor slinger proclaims! Not only has she identified the problem, but she has proposed a solution.

Her brilliant thinking mind has determined that "global warming" is caused by bovine flatulence. All you self-indulging steak eaters are the problem and the solution is to get rid of all cows.

Well slap my head, who knew the anal gas of a Black Angus, could cause the demise of our great country?      

— Ed Huber

Copperhill

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