Better things to write about than playing whack-a-mole with letters to the editor
Mr. Cropsey, Australia is being run by leaders on a similar scale of incompetence and ignorance the likes of what the bumbling Biden administration is doing here. The people there actually despise what their government is doing to them.
You seem to enjoy government putting its boot on the throats of its citizens. It must sadden you Cuomo has left. Australia, unlike “We the People,” doesn’t have a US Constitution, the Bill of rights and a Declaration of Independence that enshrines that our rights are natural, given to us from God and not from government. That we are free men. It is bred into us at birth as Americans. Defiance is our best virtue. As far as I know the Constitution has not been suspended because of this pandemic that 99.5 percent of people survive from if it is contracted.
Tucker Carlson and Fox News won the frivolous case. They won because people in your profession made the laws that not only pertain to Mr. Carlson but all opinion commentators. Because you choose not to believe what was said in the clip I posted does not make it untrue. That is your bias and you are usually wrong. You believed that Joe Biden would be a good President and that Kamala Harris was a great pick for vice president. They are both failures. You believe the lies that the Democratic Party spoon feeds them daily.
Mr. Cropsey you ignored me because you knew that intellectually, politically, you could never match wits with me. There are so many more important things going on in Orleans County than to refute your letters. Like the Town of Yates spending 2,500 dollars for a study and moving forward on a 20 million dollar Bio-Digester project while not ever informing the citizens or asking the farmers first if it is something they would want or would be interested in. A year this has been in the making. Just think this is more important than playing a game of whack-a-mole with a Mr. Cropsey letter.
Lauricella is Conservative Party chairman in Orleans County.