Dear Editor:

As usual, C. W. Griffin speaks with forked tongue ("Questioning Russell Pearce's decision," Feb. 18, AFN). Had it been a Democrat "allowing state legislators to carry guns" instead of Republican Russell Pearce, Griffin would have been an enthusiastic supporter, citing a need to protect against those mean, old "rich" Republicans.

Even more amusing is Griffin implying that Orwell's Animal Farm is about a right-wing society, when it's all about the socialist-communist left.

Did Griffin forget that it was George Orwell who coined (appropriately) the phrase "pansy left?"

Jim Thompson

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