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I totally disagree with Joseph Sabino Mistick's column “Skin in the game.” Does Mr. Mistick forget how many times Democrats don't stand or clap for Republican presidents? What does he expect from the other side of the aisle — total and absolute agreement? If Mistick wants that, he can find it in Russia, China and North Korea. They clap and stand for everything their leaders say.

As far as Marco Rubio looking into the camera with a dry mouth and sweating like Richard Nixon, I'd rather see a politician “diving” for a drink of water than pointing a finger of denial.

JOHN CROZIER

Homer City

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