LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Time for Democrats to reverse course

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Are Democrats finally getting tired of the lies and ineffective policies their leaders proffer on a regular basis? Do any Democrats really believe that the five Taliban commanders President Obama released won’t threaten the United States, which Hillary Rodham Clinton and Secretary of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the other day? Or are Democrats finally realizing that the road their party has taken has failed to produce the results the people expected after trusting party representatives?

Even MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews, who no one would ever accuse of being conservative, recently defended the Tea Party in Virginia, commending the group’s political goals.

I truly hope Democrats see that it is time for a real change and put country before party.

CHRISTOPHER S. MOODY

Gaithersburg

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