Liberals no doubt told what to write
I read with interest the comments by Victor Darst of West Dundee in the Nov. 4 edition of the paper. Darst purports that conservative talk radio and Fox are "ecstatic" over the problems with the Affordable Care Act. In fact he says Fox spends half of its news and opinion shows "gleefully" talking about the problems.
Here's my problem. I doubt Mr. Darst spends five minutes a day listening to conservative talk radio or watching Fox news. My guess is that he is a liberal minion that receives information from liberal sources telling him what to write in letters to the editor. The Daily Herald should vet letters a little more closely.
Steven R. Luby