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Harrisburg parasites

I'm writing regarding the state lawmakers caught on tape taking bribes.

The Harrisburg parasites can pass all of the laws they want. They'll still get around any gift restrictions they enact just to mollify the taxpayers into thinking they are “doing something” about corruption in office.

Until Pennsylvania voters wise up and elect honest and moral public servants, no law on Earth will prevent them from auctioning their souls and votes to the highest bidder.

No one in Harrisburg currently meets that standard.

Tom McCarey

Berwyn, Chester County

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