Brett’s no Beto

San Antonio Express-News - - FROM THE COVER -

Re: “Beto vs. Brett,” by Ray­mond Franck, Your Turn, Sun­day:

Mr. Franck: The case against Brett Ka­vanaugh was clear and jus­ti­fied; how­ever, the Repub­li­cans (plus one Demo­crat) did not see it that way.

Since when are you judge and jury? Per­haps you need to ex­am­ine Ka­vanaugh closer, be­cause I am con­vinced that he is guilty of the es­capades, but as you well know, the FBI did not do a thor­ough in­ves­ti­ga­tion, as it should have, and as a re­sult, it be­came a very cut­throat de­ci­sion.

Your com­par­i­son to Brett (Bart) with Beto O’Rourke com­pare two dif­fer­ent types of peo­ple. For one, Beto is younger than Ka­vanaugh, and there was no sex as­sault or drink­ing ex­ces­sively to a “black­out” stage like with your pre­ferred per­son.

What is the cred­i­ble ev­i­dence that you say is part of a crim­i­nal record? As I un­der­stand it, the DWI case was dis­missed (af­ter he went through a di­ver­sion pro­gram) and Beto has made vast im­prove­ments as a cit­i­zen and took on the re­spon­si­bil­ity that goes with it. I think ev­ery­one de­serves a sec­ond chance, but as you can see, Ka­vanaugh al­legedly had al­co­holic habits,

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