- - Monday, October 20, 2014

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Since playing the fiddle probably won’t get you on TV news, some in our Congress have settled on letter writing. They must be very good at it, since that seems to be their main response to anything they discover that is wrong or corrupt in this administration.

Now some are writing letters about Ebola. As in the past, the member of Congress who wrote the letter in question will be on TV stating that he wrote the letter. Very likely, the official in this administration who received that letter will put it into the round file (the trash can) and that will probably be the last time we will hear about it, no matter how important or how it affects our country.

It’s another win, win, lose. The writer of the letter wins, the receiver of the letter wins and again the American people lose. How long can things like this go on until everything comes tumbling down?

RON WOOTTERS

Lambertville, N.J.

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