Letter to the editor: Founders had some kind of diabolical grudge against us 

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It’s hard to express my feelings of joy when I think about Kamala Harris, the first woman of color as vice President of the United States. I was especially astonished how she handled herself as our goodwill ambassador when she recently visited France, the country that gave us Lafayette, Madam Curie and the Statue of Liberty. I liked the part while talking to scientists, she lapsed into a French-English accent that they immediately recognized as reminiscent of another great Frenchman, Inspector Clousseau. I half expected Kato to pop out of a birthday cake and the two of them would commence with the karate chops. I suggest we don’t send her to Germany lest she starts talking like Sergeant Schultz from Hogan’s Heroes while saying “I see nothing, I hear nothing, I know nothing,” which in her case is literally true. The woman has the potential to wreck NATO in a weekend which the Russians haven’t been able to pull off in 70 years.

Am I the only one that as much as I dislike Brandon I find myself praying for his good health? Otherwise we get Madam Clousseau and company running the government. And are you also aware of the fact that if something happens to her we could actually get Nancy? Don’t tell me after Nancy we get Hillary? It’s as if the founders had some kind of diabolical grudge against us all.



Tom Regan, 

Battle Ground 

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  • liberalsbane

    Because of Kamala and the fact that she stands frighteningly in the wings, Brandon can get away with almost anything.

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