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Letter to the editor: Why be spiteful?

Posted 1/23/20

 

I was quite surprised a couple of weeks ago to read the hateful letter about President Trump. While it is true that he may indeed be a narcissist, this should in no way impair his spelling …

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Letter to the editor: Why be spiteful?

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I was quite surprised a couple of weeks ago to read the hateful letter about President Trump. While it is true that he may indeed be a narcissist, this should in no way impair his spelling of the word. Despite what people may think of the man as person, he has been very good for the country as a president.  Can’t opinions be made without being hateful or spiteful?
I do know that minority and general unemployment is at an all-time low. Jobs are going begging for workers. This should help race relations as well as various groups become more knowledgeable about each other by working together. The financial figures in the Wall Street Journal the other day showed improving employment figures for all age groups, except for those over 65 yrs. The stock market is at all time highs. Trade agreements are being reconfigured (sometimes painfully) to be more equitable for the United States. We are more respected as a country looking after its own people than ever before, though not necessarily better liked.      
As a physician I saw medical costs and red tape skyrocket due to the policies of the last administration. Health insurance became unaffordable for many, while it was given away to others, increasing state and federal costs. As far as I can see the new administration is making capitalism work as it should, benefiting those willing to do their part. It is not perfect, yet aren’t a better economy and living conditions a positive? 
William Hineser,
Arvada

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