Remember your position
Mar 23, 2017 | 1358 views | 0 0 comments | 82 82 recommendations | email to a friend | print
To the Editor,

I see on your (Sen. Patrick Leahy’s) website, you welcomed young women to Washington, DC, to participate the Women’s March, a mass proclamation of an unwillingness to be governed. I think your position should be dignified as a member of Congress.

Most recently you attacked Attorney General Sessions because he was at a social function attended by the Russian ambassador as well as so many others. This is petulant and sophomorie behavior.

Regarding President Trump’s address to Congress, in candor I must acknowledge I say you took a position adjacent to the Democratic side. This was magnanimous. I hope it reflects a serious effort to co-operate with our duly elected president and congress, even though the nation rejected President Obama, Democrats, and liberals.

Regarding President Obama, organized activity to interfere with the government is sedition. Please remember you senior position as US Senator. Sagacity and maturity are needed.

Robert Lout,

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