Letters to the Editor

Two questions to answer

George W. Bush once told the American public that Saddam Hussein tried to kill his dad. No one has ever asked Bush how many dads he has killed.

The U.S. Congress has spent millions of dollars over the last two years trying to blame a Democratic secretary of state for the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi.

In this same time period, Congress has spent no money and has had no congressional inquiry into the deaths of 10 Americans and the lead poisoning of 100,000 men, women and children in Flint, Mich., which has a Republican governor.

So, for the record let me ask: George W. Bush, “How many dads have you killed?” “What Americans and how many of them will Congress let die before acting?”

James Rodgers

Lexington

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