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Letter: It’s time for a change
May 21, 2014, 05:00 AM Letter

Editor,

Statistics, bloody statistics. They say 80.347 percent of them are made up on the spot. But facts are facts. Under Obama, more businesses are closing than opening up. I am thinking it is time for a change and to have a change for the better; otherwise, we might end up with nothing but change in our pockets. Can we please start to process of informing our uninformed public, in uniform or not in uniform, to make sure we are going to take care of the citizens of America first?

Obviously, our chosen representatives are not getting it. We should put them on commission only and have a 30-day notice clause in their agreement. That seems to work for private business. After all, we are in a right-to-work state. I think?

Harry Roussard

Foster City

 

 

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