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Letter to the editor: Lamb vs. Pelosi

According to George F. Will, Conor Lamb separated himself from Nancy Pelosi’s liberal agenda by saying that he will not vote for Pelosi as speaker ( “18th Congressional District race could set template for Democrats” ). For whom will he vote? Paul Ryan? Will he vote for Pelosi’s pro-gun, pro-life, pro-defense conservative Democrat opponent? If she is elected, will he not support his own party’s speaker?

Lamb does have one qualification that both Will and Hollywood think recommends him for office: He’s 6-foot-3. This is a qualification that does not apply when the candidate is Donald Trump.

Richard Rupp


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