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No limit on hypocrisy

In the March 6 Spokesman-Review cover story, George Nethercutt expresses his concern that presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is too dishonest.

When Nethercutt ran against incumbent and Speaker of the House Tom Foley, he stated that if elected, he would serve no more than two terms. At the end of his second term, he announced that he would run for a third term. What a hypocrite.

Jerry McBride

Spokane


 

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