LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Moving left not an option

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Some are saying we conservatives should move to the left if we want to win elections, but that is not an option. I would rather see Republicans lose every election than become “light” Democrats.

Some of us still believe we will have to answer to a higher power — namely God — and to posterity, so we will not embrace abortion, amnesty, socialized medicine and the emasculation of our military in order to pay for illegal alien entitlements and other freebies. The liberal media and our education system have done a great job making half of our citizens think America is the problem. It will take a crash to make them understand the truth.

MICHAEL A. PACER

Paso Robles, Calif.

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