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Letters to the Editor for Tuesday, April 30

Letters to the Editor for Tuesday, April 30

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Dems need platform, not Trump bashing
The vitriolic Democratic Party leadership appears to be fixated on finding some impeachable offense against President Trump and will not stop until some special investigator sees things their way.
Unfortunately, this obsession, and the media’s acquiescence to this preoccupation, masks both parties’ inability to work together to generate and debate workable solutions to other major issues affecting our country, e.g. appropriate immigration reform, global terrorism, skyrocketing college tuition, crumbling infrastructures and fixing Obamacare, among others.
The Democratic Party now has less than 18 months to remove President Trump electorally.
But in order to do that, they have to come up with a candidate and a platform that appeals to the voters in all 50 states.
If not, they will have caused another four years of Donald Trump. Hillary badly misplayed the Electoral College game and never gave me a reason to vote for her other than she was Hillary and a woman.
Come on, Democratic Party and candidates, give me a reason to vote for you and your platform this time. Bashing Donald Trump does not get it for me.
I’m tired of it.
Ken Moore
Schenectady
 
 
Pledge allegiance  to the Constitution
Dear NeverTrump followers: 
It’s been two years of going after this duly elected president since the losing party lost.
Let’s go over the list: Russian collusion, none found. Obstruction, none found to be able to prosecute.
The money and resources wasted on trying to tear down this president is astronomical. Other side notes: immigration separating families.
Nope, sorry. That was Barack. Funny, where were the screaming liberals then? 
President Trump was elected because he is not a career politician like the Clintons, Bushes, Pelosi, Schumer, Gillibrand; you know the list.
We have a Constitution and if we just follow the guidelines as a nation, we would thrive.
I would like to ask all parties and politicians new and old: You swear an oath when you take office. Maybe you should understand the gravity of your oath — a constitutional allegiance, to protect and defend our country from enemies foreign and domestic. Think about it.
Robert Sponable
Schenectady
 
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