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A response to ‘Poor Leadership’

Posted: Thursday, January 10, 2019 8:42 am

The letter to the editor published in the most recent Kerrville Daily Times weekend edition cried out for a rebuttal.

First, is the notion of 100 percent control by Republicans for the past two years. They did have majorities in both houses, but that is not 100 percent control. The Republicans controlled 51 seats in the Senate; normally moving legislation through that house requires a vote of 60 senators. This would address the issue of Senator McConnell stating there would be no wall; getting 9 democrat senators was the tripping point.

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  • Mary Lou Shelton posted at 10:26 am on Thu, Jan 10, 2019.

    Mary Lou Shelton Posts: 1257

    interesting piece of fiction. i wrote a letter to respond. if it is not published in the next few days, i will post my response to you. gene

     

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