Obama supporters are flooding newspapers with pro-Obama letters purportedly from average citizens – with duplicate messages appearing in more than 70 publications across the nation.
One writer identified as “Ellie Light” has published identical form letters in newspapers around the country. Sabrina Eaton of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported Light claims to have different hometowns within the respective newspaper readership areas. Each letter is nearly identical in grammar, style and subject.
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Light’s letters have appeared in many mainstream publications, including Politico.com, the Washington Times, USA Today and even Thailand’s Bangkok Post.
“Today, the president is being attacked as if he’d promised that our problems would wash off in the morning. He never did,” she writes. “It’s time for Americans to realize that governing is hard work, and that a president can’t just wave a magic wand and fix everything.”
The following is Light’s letter posted on USA Today’s website in which she lists Long Beach, Calif., as her home:
Read More: By Chelsea Schilling, WND