I’m a person who wants change
I would like to answer the question, “What kind of person are you?” (who voted for Trump). This was asked by William C. Watts, “He won the battle but we’ll lose the war “(Maryland Independent Jan. 4).
I am the kind of person who wants change — real change — and not afraid to vote for it. Just about everyone I meet says politicians are crooked, Washington, D.C., is a mess and we need to vote them out. But do they? No. The American voters keep voting the “same ole, same ole.”
This feeling of politics being broken is nothing new. Mark Twain said, “It could probably be shown by facts and figures that there is no distinctly native American criminal class except Congress.” And the Clintons are the poster child for criminal acts and corruptness. If this letter goes beyond Southern Maryland, it will probably be my last. I would not be the first person the Clinton’s have silenced.
In response to the subject of lies: in memory of J. Christopher Stevens. Tyrone Woods, Sean Smith and Glen Doherty, I would like to remind Americans of the lies Secretary of State Clinton and the Obama Administration fed to their families after Bengazi.
I am the kind of person who will always remember the suffering and heart break these families have endured.