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Should be read in D.C.

Regarding Salena Zito's column “Thriving D.C.'s bubble will burst” (May 5 and TribLIVE.com), I feel exactly as she does about “D.C.'s bubble,” but I have not read any article that expressed these ideas as clearly as she did.

One has to ask: How long can this go on?

I am a totally disgusted Democrat and no longer look to my party for conviction or results. There should be an opening for another party, a new leader and a renewed energy, but it has not appeared yet.

So we drag on for another three and a half years. It is all so depressing.

Thanks for the wonderful article. I hope some in D.C. will read it.

Alice Jacques

Phoenix, Ariz.

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