Supporting the current administration
The sore loser letters that have been frequently appearing in local newspapers has presented us with a smorgasbord of selected facts on the current administration.
Not since the election of Franklin Roosevelt in 1932 and his inauguration in March of 1933 have we seen such rapid changes being made to correct years of poor administration. Almost all of these rapid attempts at changing have been met with criticism by the losing party of the 2016 election. No responsibility has been taken for the reasons that those changes must be made rapidly. No one really cares about the accusations of aides making contact and conversations with the Russians. The concern of all Americans is income equalization and keeping the citizens safe.
The Veterans Administration has been run slip shod for decades and we now have the possibility of action to better benefit our valued men and women who served our country so well.
The notion that the Clinton Foundation received top-notch accreditation by many rating agencies is very much a misnomer, as 70 percent of all donations to that foundation go for administration fees. It has always operated as a cash cow for the Clinton family.
Most, if not all, of the current controversy will disappear in a couple of years and will amount to nothing. Letís be more concerned with keeping the country on course and safe and get over being a sore loser.