LETTER: Honor and dishonor

(Metro Creative)

To the Editor:

Although I think of myself as an independent voter, I have often voted democratic because their platforms have been more in line with what I believe to be the best for our country.

However, today, I would gladly help elect as president an honorable Republican with a good moral compass rather than suffer one more day in office with this president.

His latest behavior doesn’t just feel like a smoking gun, but more like a rifle still hot from the firing range where he has blasted away at the institutions and traditions that have shaped and protected our democracy. Even the guarantees and provisions of our constitution have been targeted.

It is time for us to stop allowing our political differences to act as a cover for a president’s behavior. Whatever our political differences, honor and dishonor remain the same.


William Hogan


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