LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Both parties to blame for nation’s demise

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We have a tyrannical president who has absolutely no regard for our Constitution and has nothing but disdain for our military, our senior citizens, our nation and our way of life. We have a Republican-led Congress that either hasn’t the backbone to stand up to the president or is a co-conspirator in the destruction of our nation and way of life.

So what difference does it make which party remains in power or achieves power? The endgame will be the same. From now on, I’m voting in order to keep my homestead exemption, not for either mainstream party. It’s over for America, and both parties are responsible for the nation’s demise. The only peace of mind I have is in believing that there is a hell and that there are reserved seats in it for all responsible for our demise. Not one of this president’s mandates or policies could ever have become a reality without Congress handing him the funding.

DAVID A. ROBINSON

Weeki Wachee, Fla.

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