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I think I need to file suit against Michelle Obama for her plagiarism of about 200 of my old political speeches

Plagiarism dust up at RNC


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I’m sure you are aware of the hours and hours that the networks have dedicated to making a huge fuss over Mrs. Trump’s speech last night. Caroline Hicks, with KETK in Tyler came over for an interview this morning based on an email I posted on Facebook. Here is the email:

An email I sent to all the so-called major news outlets.Probably won’t get any attention, but I had to say it after all the sanctimonious garbage over Mrs. Trump’s speech last night.

An email I sent to all the so-called major news outlets.Probably won’t get any attention, but I had to say it after all the sanctimonious garbage over Mrs. Trump’s speech last night.

I think I need to file suit against Michelle Obama for her plagiarism of about 200 of my old political speeches. Those are the exact words I used many, many times for the simple reason I very strongly believe them. Argument over. Period.

I’m sure many others in politics have used those words as well. And they will do it again in the future as long as we live in a country that offers us the opportunity to pursue happiness .

An old farm boy’s rant for the day.

By the way, “your word is your bond” are the exact words my dad drilled into me time, after time, after time. He did, over his lifetime, millions of dollars in business simply on the basis of a handshake or an agreement over the telephone. His word was his bond and badge of honor. It was a different time and different world back then. Honor was the unwritten n law of the land.

Have fun at the convention.

Here is a link to the TV story that ran tonight. Enjoy…..

 


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James R. Lightfoot, Lightfoot Strategies served in Congress six terms, starting in 1985 and retiring in 1997. As Chairman of the Subcommittee on Treasury, Postal and General Government (TPS) of Appropriations, he had jurisdiction over 40% of Federal Law Enforcement (Customs, Secret Service, ATF, FLETC, and IRS enforcement).


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