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Letter to the editor: None of Democratic candidates should be president

After listening and talking to others about the Democratic people running for president, I came to the conclusion that most of them are idiots. And we thought we couldn’t get any worse.

Let’s take Bernie Sanders, for instance. He has three homes and lots of money (everyone would like to have that much). Do you think he would mortgage those three homes and take all his money and invest it in a business to create jobs for the people he wants to give everything free to? Do you think he could manage it? I don’t think so. I think he would fail because he has no idea of the what, how and why on how to manage it.

You can’t promise things; you need to make them happen. Have these people running produced anything worthwhile, either when they were in office or before? Tell us what you’re going to do to improve the country for us instead of blaming someone else.

These people shouldn’t be running for president, let alone be president. Oh wait — maybe they’re all Russian spies or something and we just don’t know it yet.

Cliff Long

Unity


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