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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, March 2, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

People party

The government power reflected by the national health care system is a sign we are not as free as we think. Between the far left, the far right and in the middle, we are undoubtably a divided nation.

I will not bash the Democrats, the Republicans or the independents. We need to defend our constitutional rights, including the right to bear arms.

We the people have power. Let us not be afraid of our government. Instead, let us form our own political party: the People Against the Government.

James Illinsky

Springdale

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