To the editor:
I'm going to break one old rule and review another. The first is "When you argue with an idiot you tend to sound like him." The second is "Figures don't lie but liars can figure." Now for the first:
Dave Molek doesn't know me. I know Dave Molek. I voted for Dave Molek outside of my party because I thought he was the best and most honest man to fill the shoes of District Attorney. I've read and listened to his views and philosophies on Constitutional law.
Of what importance are you Mr. Geedey, to say that Mr. Molek "should have a deep and abiding respect for the law?" Your mention of slavery and women's right to vote are talking points of a Socialist Progressive. What in the world has that to do with the immigration issue but to possibly throw it up against the wall and hope that if it's done often enough, some of it will stick.
Now Mr. Geedey, let's review the second old rule: Your scientific observation that a recent Bloomberg poll shows two thirds of Americans supports Obama philosophies over Romney.
I'm sure you researched that Bloomberg poll and were aware, before you so knowledgeably threw the results into the rebuttal, that a Princeton University comment at 4:16 P.M., June 24, 2012 said there was a racial and party imbalance. The poll was taken on weekends. Most Republicans are away on weekends and one third of the people polled were Black and Hispanic.
The L.A. Times aptly said that conclusions should not be drawn from one poll but from many. The latest three-day polls have Romney 46 percent, Obama 45 percent.
Gathering news from sources other than MSNBC and CNN is known to be a cure for the Pinocchio syndrome.
This is my final rebuttal on a rebuttal lest I really violate the first rule.
Charles E. Deibert