Kelly’s sources: Questionable in accuracy?

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Regarding the Dec. 8 column by Jack Kelly (“Messaging Is Not the Problem: The Problem Is Obamacare”): Your opinion pages just wouldn’t be the same without the weekly adventures of “Kelly’s Heroes.” Fortunately, your policy of editing letters for accuracy does not extend to Mr. Kelly.

When will he tell us how he knows that only 17,000 visitors can be handled by the government website at a time? Will Mr. Kelly disclose when the National Review last said anything nice about Democrats? What nonpartisan has disclosed to Mr. Kelly that the site “hasn’t been fixed”? Is Mr. Kelly’s Potemkin the same guy who found out where Iraq’s WMDs were located?

Can we find out who the experts were who testified before a House committee? Being experts on security, could they tell us how to stop people who in the past have been indicted for auto theft from becoming committee chairmen?

Since David Kennedy was a cyber intelligence analyst for the Marine Corps, could he tell us why the Marines’ Osprey aircraft had a tendency to crash? Is Bryan Preston of PJ Media “a leading conservative blogger”? Is Noah Rothman an editor of Mediaite and what does this do to allow him to predict “Obamacare’s” future? What is Mediaite?

Have the blocking of state insurance exchanges, dragging the law to the Supreme Court, shutting down the government, attempting to destroy the nation’s credit rating and the efforts of Jack Kelly provided a single fact that would justify the aforementioned? Hey, kids, tune in next week.

Mt. Lebanon


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