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OMG! Here we go again! The onslaught of TV political ads showing Cathy McMorris Rodgers to the rescue for veterans.15 years in Congress and she still hasn’t brought eternal bliss to all of America’s amazing veterans who put their lives on the line for our country. In the meantime, she continues to fully support a leader who in my opinion, has demonstrated the most bizarre and erratic pathological behavior that words cannot adequately describe.

Cathy has repeatedly voted against access to affordable health care for all Americans. Now our healthcare system is in a severe crisis and barely surviving with a pandemic.The US has the highest death toll worldwide from the Covid 19 virus. I do not approve of what I would consider a sociopathic philosophy put forth by Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Trump and others, that all American citizens are not worthy of having access to affordable and compassionate health care.

Cathy supports weapons of massacres. She voted against ” The Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019” which passed in the house. Her only mitigation to gun violence is to send condolences to the victims such as the 2 month old infant whose parents were killed in the El Paso Walmart shooting massacre last year by a hate-filled young man who legally obtained an assault weapon.

Cathy was endorsed by the Spokesman Review in 2018. Why?

I am fed up with the chaos and insanity at the national level of our government in which Cathy plays a part. I am voting for Dave Wilson for the 5th

Congressional District. I feel he will give us a chance to heal the division as well as return Congress to a new level of bipartisan teamwork to move our country forward and make us stronger together.

Janet C. Smith

Spokane


 

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