What follows are a few thought-provoking comments about specific articles.
Editor’s Note: Each week we receive hundreds of comments and correspondences — and we read every one of them. What follows are a few thought-provoking comments about specific articles. The views expressed herein don’t necessarily reflect those of The Patriot Post.
“‘Misinformation takes away our freedom to make informed decisions about our health and the health of our loved ones.’ Really? It seems that limiting the dissemination of information is more akin to taking away freedom. Freedom is about choices, even if some choices are ultimately ill-advised. What would one rather have: freedom to make our own choices and mistakes based on all available information? Or the security of having choices made for us based on limited and ‘approved’ information, with the same potential for mistakes? Because we know the government never makes mistakes. The administration is basically adopting the Big Brother motto: ‘Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.’” —Florida
Re: “A Rigged Election”
“Hunter Biden was not on the ballot in 2020. His crimes are not necessarily Joe Biden’s crimes. Are the sins of the son visited upon the father? Or … was the delay not related to Hunter Biden at all, but rather might it have been based on the notion, if not the certainty, that Joe Biden was himself involved in something extra-legal? Anyone interfering with, or delaying, a legitimate legal proceeding for political reasons should themselves be subject to legal penalties.” —Florida
“For those wondering why we should be concerned about orbital space dominance, our military relies heavily on satellites for ‘command, control, communications and intelligence’ (C3I). In particular, the GPS constellation is an important component in our precision weapons guidance. China has developed multiple systems for destroying satellites, such as a missile that can smash a satellite into many pieces, which may then endanger other satellites, including the International Space Station and other non-combatant objects. We need the ability to disable China’s offensive space weapons without making similar debris clouds, so we must develop the technology once derided as ‘Star Wars’ by Democrats during President Reagan’s time in office.” —Minnesota
“The people of this country have been lulled into apathy concerning world events by a deceptive media complex. China will take Taiwan easily and our status in the world will fall. It’s inevitable at this point. My guess is that China takes Taiwan after the Beijing Winter Olympics — late February or early March.” —California
“General Milley is an embarrassment to every person who has worn a military uniform! He should resign immediately. The military top brass have become increasingly political and less of warriors. I can’t understand how they earned all those ribbons on their chest. Did they really earn them or were they handed out as participation rewards? We need more Pattons and Schwarzkopfs and fewer Milleys and those of the social justice warrior types.” —North Carolina
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