The Reader’s Viewpoint

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Money wasted on attack ads

Have you ever noticed how these ads on TV attack their

opponent on things? Have you also noticed it does not matter who gets into office that nothing seems to get done on the high costs of

things and you keep hearing that your social security is in trouble. From what I understand these politicians do not have to worry about

their retirements now do they? These people running for office

spend millions on attack ads.

Ask yourself how much of this money helps the poor or elderly or the disabled. Washington is suppose to be an arena for the exchange of ideas and the promotion of betterment for our country.

How far in debt are we? I’ll let you decide what is going on here.

Eugene Wiesner

Laurel

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