Turning our Constitution upside down

To the Editor:

Brief and to the point.

Referring to my letter relative to Washington progressive Democrats, published two to three weeks ago [“There are many males in the world, but very few men,” Jan. 2, 2020], the Democrats and RINOs [Republicans In Name Only] have almost succeeded in accomplishing their goal.

What is happening today is almost identical with what my uncle told me 75 years ago. I wish he kept his mouth shut.

He was part of it. At age 15 or 16, I didn’t know what he was talking about.

The goal of Democratic politicians at the Washington national level and their fellow RINOs is to turn our Constitution upside down, giving government control of all aspects of our lives.

Fortunately Donald Trump came along, whether by accident or out of awareness of John Q. Public. Neither a loyal politician of either party, Trump is an individual who so far is destroying the goal of both RINOs and Democrats.

If you don’t like Trump, don’t vote for him. Don’t vote for anybody, especially the far left wing of the Democratic party. They have destroyed the philosophy of the legitimate Democratic party, of which I once was a member.

Right now, I wouldn’t vote Democratic at the national level, if my name was on the ticket.

George Pratt


Joined: 02/24/2020 - 05:40
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