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Letter: Stop tearing down nation, elected officials
First Published Aug 01 2014 05:11 pm • Last Updated Aug 01 2014 05:11 pm

I have listened and watched at the actions in Washington, D.C., and wondered why America does not mean anything to our elected officials. I can understand a difference of some opinions between some people, but not the total annihilation of such a good country like America by two political parties.

It is beyond belief to let this happen. It is as though some people believe that America’s destruction is a good deed, when it is, in fact, following evil/Satan.

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To build America and her people is, in fact, doing a good deed every time it is done. Bring back all outsourced jobs to the U.S. and keep them here for at least 100 years.

Let Congress become a respectful, kind-worded people towards others, instead of being a source of vile words and actions to defeat a United States and to tear down what little good we have left. We have been giving ourselves and our talents and ideas to communist countries for 20 years now. It is time to stop giving it away and let all countries build themselves on their own.

David Ramey Hall


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