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Letter: Could political parties disagree on more?


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Received: Sept. 21

Larry Shade

Columbus

Only in today’s American politics can one party say that 2 + 2 = 4, and the other party says that is not true — and get by with it!

Government policy decisions are being made by today’s politicians based on emotions, prejudices and self-interest. The true facts and statistics are being twisted and skewed to meet each party’s agenda. Both parties are so polarized they barely speak to one another. Wouldn’t our Founding Fathers be proud of us?

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