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America didn't lose II

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Letter to the Editor
Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, 8:52 p.m.
 

The editorial “Obama wins: America loses (again)” is eight years too late and should have been printed the day after the 2004 election, when the Republican/neoconservative wrecking crew headed by Bush-Cheney was re-elected.

This election's exit polls show that voters knew exactly where to place the blame for America's woes — Bush-Cheney.

The Trib should also take a clue from Mitt Romney's gracious concession speech, or is the Trib looking forward to four more years of obstinate divisiveness from Republicans?

Gerald Schiller

Penn Hills

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