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Letter: House GOP must work across the aisle

Now that the Republicans are back in power in the house, will they spend their time making good on their promises or will they devote useless energy, time and our tax money on getting revenge on the Democrats for perceived injustices they suffered during the time they were out of power?

Letter to the editor FSA
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Now that the Republicans are back in power in the house, will they spend their time making good on their promises or will they devote useless energy, time and our tax money on getting revenge on the Democrats for perceived injustices they suffered during the time they were out of power?

They have already talked about impeaching president Biden, investigating the DOJ and FBI, subpoenaing Hunter Biden, Dr. Fauci and various Biden cabinet officials.

They claim we the people demand they have the many investigative committees.

No, we demand you learn to work across the aisle and help salve the wounds of our already badly divided country.

Will they take time to make good on their pre-election promises to slow illegal immigration to a trickle, bring gasoline and grocery prices down to pre-pandemic levels, and eliminate crime? Will they back away from the Democratic promises to protect social security and Medicare, to limit medical expenses, to fight climate change, to forgive parts of student loans and require big businesses to pay some income taxes?

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Only time will tell if they are devoted to serving we the people, or their party.

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