An open letter to my sister
To the Editor,
I know you are patriotic. After all, we were raised as Air Force brats. Our beloved country is in crisis, I’m worried that we can’t talk about it any more, and it’s getting worse.
Apparently you don’t believe in science, like accepting climate change. Your president has called it a hoax and “bulls***.” What about our grandchildren?
I can’t believe that you support a president that lies daily (now over 2,000 times). I know you are an honest person.
I can’t believe that you don’t support the rule of law. Trump breaks the law regularly, but he is not above the law. You obey the law.
I can’t believe that you support a man that is clearly racist. There are not “fine people” on both sides. I believe in the Pledge of Allegiance. Do you remember the last line? “…one nation, under god, with liberty and justice for all.”
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