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Keep McMorris Rodgers

I have come to realize the reason there are people writing negative articles about Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers is that they have nothing good to say about the Democrats, and they cannot blame someone else.

Remember these scandals?

Cash for Clunkers. Fast and Furious Mexican gun-running that backfired when the guns were used to kill some border control officers. The Benghazi issue - brutal murders of our ambassador and diplomatic personnel - and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s statement, “What difference does it make?”

Then the Department of Justice spying on the press, the National Security Agency monitoring phone calls and emails. The fiasco of the rollout for the website enrolling people in Obamacare. Then the IRS targeting conservatives for tax-exempt status.

Then came the Veterans Administration scandal and the Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl swap in which five known terrorists were released back into society without getting congressional approval.

Can we afford to have Democrats running down America? Sadly, we are no longer looked upon by our allies as a leader for freedom.

We need to keep McMorris Rodgers in office offering solutions - not incompetence. She deserves our vote.

Alan Alexander

Spokane Valley


 

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