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Letter to the Editor
Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Well, the can has been kicked down the road until January. We still do not have a constitutionally mandated federal budget. And it appears that President Obama's health-care-elimination and economy-deterioration agenda is going to be funded.

Only one congressman within the Trib's readership area voted responsibly to not give our budding dictator in chief a blank check. Keith Rothfus, R-Sewickley, deserves a “thank you” for protecting his constituents and all Americans from the continuing abuses by the Obama administration, aka “the regime.”

Along with U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., Rothfus has earned the privilege of being re-elected in 2016, assuming they hold firm in future battles, such as Obama's goal of granting amnesty citizenship and voting rights for illegal aliens.

The other three loin dogs who aided and abetted Obama in deteriorating America and jeopardizing each of us in this latest fiasco — “Dis-representatives” Mike Kelly, Tom Murphy and Bill Shuster — deserve scorn, campaign defunding and removal from office by any means available.

John Salsgiver

Ford City

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