Letters to the Editor: If Republicans win, the last thing they’ll give us is law and order
If Republicans win, the last thing they’ll give us is law and order
Let’s all agree that Republicans are not about to give us any law and order, since they are in the process of gutting the Bill of Rights. Let’s all agree that they don’t want to give us any help with the economy, since they are in the process of privatizing all government services, ending all unions and handing the reins of our government over to the 1%. Let’s all agree that they don’t want to stop government from getting any more big, expensive, job destroying infrastructure projects, since that is what they will continue to do and they have no intention of giving any taxpayer money for anything other than tax free bailouts for the 1% and their friends.
We have two options.
One option is to put pressure on the Republican controlled committees to not vote to strip us of our rights by gutting the Constitution.
I wrote to them to get their attention. I even got an email back saying that, “Your letter is well written and very thoughtful. I have forwarded it to the Chairman(s) of the Committees of the House of Representatives and the Senate as well as the General Chairman of the US Republican Party.”
Please continue. We don’t have to live in a nightmare world that we can’t even protect ourselves from the 1%. The only country in the world that we can trust to provide law and order is the people of England who, thanks to the Magna Carta, have had the Bill of Rights since they took office in 1215 and established the Magna Carta, a set of laws that still stands today.
If anyone should be grateful for their country’s heritage and our country’s founders, it should be the people that the Republican Party has given up on.
The only way out is to elect Democrats that will protect our rights, stop privatization of all government services, stop the big government and big, expensive projects and stop corporate welfare and bailouts to the 1%. We have two options. One option is to put pressure on the Republican controlled committees to