When a writing pen starts scribbling half-truths, untruths or tales that are so far-fetched that they're almost funny, it's time to corral that pen.
I'd suggest that letter writer Lori Felts discipline or even whip her pen in line because of the outlandish tales it writes. Her pen seems so obsessed with President Obama that it is now accusing him of outsourcing jobs in every state. Doesn't her pen know a president doesn't do those things?
Her pen gave false information about Obama's early years as a youth. Nobody knows Obama's life better than he, so Felts should have read to her pen his book, "Dreams of my Father." In it he tells about his early life with his white relatives as well as the first time he went to Africa to meet his black relatives.
But I know the problem. Felts leaves her pen lying around to hear the tales spun by comedians like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and the rest of the Fox News comedy team. That's bad. She must train her pen in the way it should write, so it can start giving factual information.
I suggest she leaves her pen around so it can start off by digesting the real news on such stations as MSNBC, or War Room with the former governor of Michigan, Jennifer Granholm. If her pen is too tired to watch TV, then turn the radio on, but switch that dial from goofy Limbaugh to Ed Schultz or other commentators who give factual news.