Letters to the Boston editor, June 24, 2011

No clue and no clothes
By BOSTON PHOENIX LETTERS  |  June 22, 2011

 republicans and elephant's ass

NO CLUE

Please do some research before you attempt to make the absurd amount of sweeping claims you make in the horrendous piece of writing on last week's editorial page ("Racist, reality-denying, Republican bigots," editorial, June 17). You clearly have no grasp of what caused the financial crisis and our obscene deficit. So again, do some research and think twice before regurgitating talking points you glanced over at Huffington Post.

JIM OWEN
CHICAGO, IL


NO CLOTHES

I salute you and your choice of words and your political observations in your June 17 editorial's reactions to both the alleged GOP candidate debate and Secretary of State Bill Galvin's firing back at Goldman Sachs. I not only agree with your assessments, but I also totally enjoyed the way they're written. Thanks for the courage. Glad to see the Phoenix still has assumed the role of the character who points out the emperors are naked. Keep up the good work.

ARNIE REISMAN
VINEYARD HAVEN

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