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Letter: Vichy regime, guess where else it is?
June 10, 2014, 05:00 AM Letter

Editor,

Edward Suman (Daily Journal letters June 7) wonders if the Vichy French Regime (which collaborated with the Nazis in World War II) is still alive and well in France today in light of their recent sale of aircraft carriers to Russia. He may well be right on the mark. But perhaps the “Vichy Regime” is alive and well in America too. We have just liberated five of the most vicious, dangerous Islamist terrorists on the planet, and we are in the process of giving our official blessing to the terror conglomerate of Hamas. Yes the “Vichy Regime” may be alive and well in America too. We call it Team Obama.

Scott Abramson

San Mateo

 

 

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