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Letter to the editor: Conor Lamb another lemming

Democrats have become so lost and so committed to their hate for Donald Trump that they are now totally incapable of governing.

Not one Democrat has stood up to say “Enough of this politics of personal destruction, let’s do our jobs.” Our newest Democratic congressman, Conor Lamb, who pledged to become a leader who would do the people’s business, is just another Pelosi puppet. He is rapidly becoming another MIA, following the party line while ignoring the real problems we face like border security, drug smuggling, human trafficking, etc.

Instead, Lamb allows the Democrats to advocate for socialism through their “Green New Deal,” government-controlled “single payer” health care and constant obstruction of our hydrocarbon energy industry with nary a peep of reason.

The Democrats are on a suicide mission, and Lamb is just one more lemming.

Bob Jacobs


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