Letter to the editor: Having to say sorry

Posted 12/10/20

 

The preponderance of democratic elected officials who have violated their own advice and ruling has become absurd. Even worse is that they seem to feel they can be absolved with an apology …

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Letter to the editor: Having to say sorry

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The preponderance of democratic elected officials who have violated their own advice and ruling has become absurd. Even worse is that they seem to feel they can be absolved with an apology and a bit of a song and dance. As members of the suffering public do we really accept this sewage? Are you really going to vote for these people again? Isn’t it time we stopped lengthening the leash and elected people who really believe what they say and do? Is it really surprising that so many elected officials acquire significant wealth while in office? Is it not time rethink who we are really electing to office?
William Hineser,
Arvada

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