TRUMP: Too close to Russia

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This 65-year-old Idaho born, Army 02-E DAV stood and looked over the Berlin wall at the graves of those who died FIGHTING to escape the “COMMUNIST RED MENACE.” Why is it OK to think the KGBs’ old Dear Leader is now our president’s BESTEST FRIEND? What’s next, adding the “HAMMER & SICKLE” to the STARS AND STRIPES like East Germany did with their flag? Hmmm. Where have ALL THE PATRIOTS GONE — or am I just being “too politically correct?”

Glad I don’t have kids, grandkids or great-grandkids to pay the “ultimate” price for political stupidity. Like the Bible says, Do not be deceived: God is not mocked, for whatever one sows, that will he also reap.

GLEN FISHER

Hayden

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