Letters to the Editor

October 1, 2013

Letters to the editor about shutdown, free speech, Ike and Iran, immigration policy

When any person continually consumes more than he can afford, he goes bankrupt. When any business continually loses money with no prospect of change, it is shut down. But when a government is growing larger and larger and sliding deeper and deeper into debt, a shutdown is unthinkable. Why the different standard?

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