In response to Sept. 9 James Vander Poel

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In response to Sept. 9 James Vander Poel

In order to have a 2-party system it helps to have two different opinions regarding a topic. I happen to agree there were some very questionable “results” in the last presidential election. In an age when you can look around for a judge to fit your political needs “for either side” this is the true threat to our Democracy. It’s time for leader to work through this nightmare to fix this Constitutional dilemma. It would be a significant opportunity to have a debate regarding this problem Democrat leaders seem unwilling to even discuss any problem. The Democratic party and a few Republican leaders have dubbed this a dead topic.  I am living threw an administration who is convinced my opinion (Make America Great) is harmful to the country. My President considers me a not only a Racist but a Nazi as well. On the other hand, I am witnessing one of the most destructive administrations in history. The incompetence that has been shown is beyond compare. Couple this with a compliant Media and this seems to be a terrific topic for a legitimate debate. This administration seems incapable to discuss this without offering up the word racist. I agree a country leaning too far to the left or too far to the right is very dangerous. I pray for the days of a Reagan/O’Neil administration. Each side understood the importance of compromise. I didn’t agree with Trumps personality but I surely did agree with what he accomplished “Promises made Promises Kept”. Biden promised he would bring the Country together. In my 71 years I have never seen the Country more divided and I pray for a more centrist and competent government. We have swayed too far to the left and hopefully the two-party system will bring the pendulum back to the center so we can move on in the process of making America Great.

David Metcalf
Shrewsbury