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Letter to the editor: Politicians’ oath is to Constitution

Will we make it to 2021?

OK … many people support President Trump, but this has now moved in a very scary direction. I beg of everyone to reject the idea that citizens — especially elected citizens — should leave the country if they don’t agree with things our country/current leadership does.

We are trying to create a more perfect union. We will disagree. Both sides have valid points. Both sides take it too far. That is just how politics works.

Take time to read the oath that everyone representing us and defending/protecting us takes. The oath is not to the country, rather it is to the Constitution. It may just be a piece of paper, but the words on it have made us who we are today.

Don’t be fooled into thinking there are easy answers to the issues we face. Facing them united should be the goal.

Ken Bach

South Huntingdon


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