The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


May 15, 2013

Readers' Forum 5-14 | Kudos to all who donated to food drive

— Thanks to all the people of Windber who donated food for the National Association of Letter Carriers’ food drive.

We’ll know soon how many pounds we gathered. I am going to say somewhere between 4,000 and 5,000 pounds.

Thanks to all the folks who helped at the Windber post office and all the people at the Windber Food Pantry.

Great job, folks.

Donald Podrasky


Impeach Obama and remove from office

Who believes that the Obama administration is doing what is right for this country? Everything this charlatan promised has turned out to be a sham. The most transparent administration? Just the opposite. More affordable and better access to health care? Doubtful. Economic stability and prosperity? Stagnant.

Obama is a master at diversion and obfuscation. A lot of his supporters want to believe what he says is true. He is like the Pied Piper leading his followers over a cliff.

Obama thrives on the LIE (Limited Information Electorate) to push his twisted agenda. He could care less about the traditions of this country; just look at the actions he’s taken. The sycophant is more concerned about big government controlling our lives than protecting this country from the many threats to national security, such as unsecured borders, cyber breaches, Muslim terrorists and the steady slide toward national bankruptcy.

These are real problems that this administration doesn’t seem to want to deal with until something catastrophic takes place.

Just like a mindless water bug, the Obama administration does not know which way to turn. It is running out of other people to blame for its own faults at this point.

Recent and unfolding events seem to justify this claim.

For Obama, it seems that his refusal of the oath of office to uphold the Constitution is just too politically incorrect in his quest for socialism in the United States.

Therefore, I support the impeachment of Obama and his removal from office.

Mark Fetsko


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