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Time for a change |

Time for a change

| Wednesday, July 20, 2016 9:00 p.m

I was always taught to know the difference between right and wrong by letting your conscience be your guide.

But our Democratic Party tells me there is a new “modern” way to live. Some of these new ideas include showing more respect for criminals than for our laws. Racial tensions are at dangerous levels, drug deaths are off the chart and, while police officers are murdered, our president does nothing.

More tax dollars are spent on government assistance and the abortion industry than on our declining manufacturing industries. Without decent paying jobs, there is no incentive to get off welfare and look for work.

How could a reasonable person support this absurd ideology? Moral decay, lawlessness, plus weak leadership equals failure. Our enemies aboard can rest easy because we are headed toward self-destruction.

Generations come and go, but living right, through common sense, never goes out of style. Honest, hardworking Americans have been silent for too long.

If it’s not too late, we might take back our country by casting a vote for a healthy dose of Republican conservatism.

Al Carney

Allegheny Township

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