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Article posted: 8/5/2013 4:40 AM

Daily Herald in cahoots with Obama

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Daily Herald in cahoots with Obama

I was recently mentioning to my wife about the lack of information in the Daily Herald concerning the Benghazi killings, the IRS scandals, and the NSA spying. It appears to me that your newspaper, in my opinion, is in the graces of the Obama administration.


The Daily Herald, like many other publications, don't want to rock Obama's boat.

Then I beheld the headline on Saturday, July 27. "Ethics Probe into Roskam's Trip." I know very little about Mr. Roskam. I wouldn't even venture a guess about his guilt or innocence. But, I do know he is a Republican. He is probably someone who opposes Mr. Obama's policies. So I guess it's OK to inform readers about him in the headlines, front page.

Nothing on news of Benghazi, silence concerning Mr. Obama's challenges to our Constitution, nothing about Attorney General Holder's outright defiance of Congress, and nothing about Mr. Obama's lying to Congress.

If Mr. Roskam was a cohort of Mr. Obama, would this story be front page, headline, news? Let your readers decide!

Gordon Fallowfield


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