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Monday, March 27, 2023

Opinion | Letters To The Editor

Florida Alligator

Obama isn't 'walking on eggshells'

Regarding this week's cartoon of President Barack Obama "walking on egg shells" around the Middle East conflict, I would like to point out that Obama and his administration have taken a clear stance on the Palestinians' recent request for statehood. In his address to the U.N. General Assembly, Obama reasserted his stance that negotiations are the only path to peace between the Israelis and Palestinians.

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Negotiations necessary for peace

Direct negotiations between the State of Israel and the Palestinian National Authority, as opposed to a unilateral declaration of independence at the United Nations, is a fundamental basis for achieving a peaceful and mutually agreeable formation of a future Palestinian state.

Florida Alligator

Porn threatens society

Having just celebrated our nation's birth, I thought that my fellow Americans should be alerted to one of the most dangerous activities destroying America today, causing personal heartache, moral decay and a weakening of the American spirit: Internet pornography.

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Gov. Rick Scott should be impeached

Gov. Rick Scott needs to go. In his first few months of office he has single-handedly killed the best opportunity this state had for economic development and job growth, further destroyed our education system, attempted to balance the state's budget on the backs of our middle class and much more. Or should I say so much less? He is the most corrupt American politician since Boss Tweed and is twice as creepy looking. Like Tammany Hall, he needs to be eliminated. The high-speed rail would have brought about 24,000 jobs to our state, one of the hardest hit states by the recession. It also would have marked an economic and technological step forward. Scott opposed and effectively slaughtered the rail for pure petty politics.

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