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Letter to the editor: Why the hate for Democrats?

To letter-writer the Rev. Tony Joseph (“True Democrats should revolt,” April 17, TribLIVE): You don’t have to mention President Trump or the Republican Party. We know he’s your hero. But why so much hate for Democrats? It’s hard to believe a man of God seems to have so much hate in him.

Quit telling people who their heroes should be. I thought your job was to save souls. Why don’t you quit your job and join the Fox “Comedy Hour” News?

President Clinton still bothers you, but he is still married to the same woman he married years ago. He’s not perfect and may have done things people wish he didn’t, but who are you to judge him? What do you say about Trump, maybe one of the most anti-religious people in the world — who says he can grab women any time, calls people names and makes fun of people with disabilities? When Clinton speaks, his intelligence is evident; not so much with Trump.

And how about not using God’s name in your letters? It doesn’t sound right coming from you. Get rid of your hate.

Phil Moximchalk


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