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February 14, 2013

Letter: Indiana typical of GOP cancer

The Republicans can’t rule. The U.S. is in gun nut meltdown and they continue to vote more guns, with no accountability for crooks.

It’s the same thing with our economic meltdown Republicans brought on under Bush/Cheney.

Beholding to so many special interest groups like the Tea Party, Rush Limbaugh, Wall Street and big business, they can’t retreat because of all those burned bridges. Tax cuts for the rich? Really! Armed school teachers? Will you to listen to yourself? I suggest the Republicans want armed teachers so they don’t have to pay guards.

Indiana is a typical example of this cancer. Hoosiers have no say in Washington, as all our elected legislators are invisible, have no capital or influence and nothing to trade. No one listens to these back-row sitters. They are like opponent fans at a road game.

The Republican philosophy is passing laws to eliminate high-paying jobs for more cash for Wall Street. They create nothing, but employment misery is more like it — 9-11, Iraq, Afghanistan and less pay for you and me.

Hot Flash! Oh yeah, the GOP (Indiana) is now working on a same-sex marriage law. What?

Frank Couch

Anderson

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