To The Editor:
Stanley Gershbein (“It’s Only My Opinion”), I enjoyed reading your opinion page on the train last night. You mention that Barack dumping Hillary was something “most of us wanted” but I have met an awful lot of people who say they feel the opposite.
As for her emails asking for money, I agree with you there – I’m not planning to help her with her debt either, she’s still doing a hell of a lot better than I am. But I can tell you that just hours after Barack unveiled Joe Biden as his VP I got an email from him, letting me know that for fifteen bucks I could have a first edition Obama-Biden car magnet. I did let him know nicely that a car magnet is pretty much the last thing I need in the world.
Maybe Joe and Barack figure that the money they make from the car magnets will add up to the 1 Billion bucks they’ve said they plan to give Georgia.
Stanley Gershbein replies:
Absolutely correct. There are still many who are fuming that Senator Clinton didn’t get the nod. According to the polls a large chunk of them intend to jump ship and vote Republican.
As of this moment not one single Hillary fan has answered my question – How can you run from sniper fire in heels? Thank you very much for writing.
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