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Letter to the editor: Democrats want balance

Regarding the Rev. Tony Josephs’ letter “Not true Democrats”: I detest being called a liberal, socialist and communist. I believe in doing what’s right and good for all Americans, a balanced approach for the rich and poor.

Do you put God first, or do you put the Republican Party first? Do you turn the other cheek to President Trump’s sins, or call that fake news or alternative facts? Do your ends justify your means?

Do you vote for a person just because he says he is against abortion? If a person can’t be faithful to his wives, how can he be faithful to God?

Trump is such a glorious thing for our children to look up to. He has done everything he can to line his pockets, and those of the very rich. We had our chance to pay off our national debt with President Clinton’s modest tax hikes, but President Bush screwed that up.

All Trump wants is to be praised like God and to be a dictator. Wake up.

George O. Curry

White


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