Hello Mr. Varnum. I read your editorial and you should know by now that things are not always as they seem. I was quite touched at your concern for the thickness of my skin, that's a first.
In a nut shell I quit the UAW union because I didn't want to pay money anymore to belong to what's become a special interest group that I don't agree with. I think a lot of people like to argue about left versus right, conservative versus liberal, Democrat versus Republican when those arguments have absolutely nothing to do with what's really going on behind the scenes in our government.
I believe the national media puts that kind of rhetoric out so people will argue about it and it keeps our minds off of the things that government is really doing behind the scenes. I am by no means an expert on history or politics but I do study the experts, not revisionist history, but actual American history. I would like to throw out a few ideas that maybe all of us as a nation should be more concerned with than what the national media is talking about. Did you know that the Federal Reserve (the place that prints our money) is not owned by America? It's owned by a bunch of Wall Street bankers, foreign and domestic. To call these individuals crooked would be a massive understatement. These are the billionaires and trillionaires of the world who have been given the name "The Elites." These are the traitors that are actually running our country behind the scenes and have no interest in the welfare of America whatsoever. I know a lot of people trust the national media, but if I was a trillionaire or even a billionaire and I had an agenda, which these people do, I would buy off the media, which they have.
To put that to the test, here are three things that you will never hear the national media speak of: the trilateral commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Federal Reserve. These are extremely important councils that you will never hear Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, or any of Fox News shows talk about. I wonder if it is because they are not allowed to. So, Mr. Varnum, my skin thickness seems to be just fine. Thanks for your concern.