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A.J. Kenville letter: Republicans are not for family values

This whole Foley scandal in Washington, D.C., illustrates something that voters need to take with them to the ballot box. The Republican Party is not for family values as it claims it is.

This whole Foley scandal in Washington, D.C., illustrates something that voters need to take with them to the ballot box. The Republican Party is not for family values as it claims it is.

Not only has there been an unethical cover-up recently, but Republicans have been immoral on many other important issues. What about their plan to privatize Social Security? How about no disaster relief for our farmers? What about the national debt, which our children and grandchildren will be paying for?

The Foley scandal is just one of the many instances of immorality with which Republicans have been involved. The Republican Party has now become the party of scandal and corruption. Look at Tom DeLay, Duke Cunningham and Karl Rove. I've had enough of these folks having absolute power in our nation's and state's Capitols. Their arrogance of power is so thick you can cut it with a knife.

A.J. Kenville

Fargo

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