Letters to the Editor

Two parties, two philosophies to choose

The philosophies, practices, and direction of our two major political parties have never been more opposite. The differences are more apparent than ever before.

One apologizes to foreign countries, bows to foreign leaders, frees terrorists to fight again, reduces the U.S. military structure and budget, endorses open borders and open bathrooms, does nothing while our embassy is attacked and U.S. personnel killed, draws a disappearing red line, doesn’t stand up to our enemies, corrupts our justice system at the highest levels, sells U.S. uranium to Russia, sends blankets instead of weapons to Ukraine for their defense, wants to eliminate ICE instead of ISIS, scrap the electoral college, gut the second amendment, embraces and promotes socialism, and wants to impeach a duly elected president instead of accepting findings of their own two-and-a-half-year investigation.

You don’t like Trump’s economy and lower taxes? Go ahead, vote for the Democrat candidate next election. Where do you think the economy will go then? Will that be good or bad? You decide. It’s your money.

If you don’t care about the economy, how about an increased sense of protection and security of our nation, you, and your family? You decide. It’s your family.

Vote for the one you think is better for you and your family’s future.

Pete Larson

Cedar Rapids

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