A few things the Republian Party doesn’t support

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What the GOP doesn’t support

I cannot speak to the veracity of the list of things the Republican Party supports in a recent letter to the editor, but I can add a few more things they do not support.

They do not support health care for all. They do not support voting rights for all legal voters. They do not support the right of women to govern their own bodies. They do not support looking into the insurrection on Jan. 6. And they do not support the findings of many election boards in many states, even when the results have been verified by Republican officials and many recounts.

I could go on and on, but I am limited to 250 words, and I hate to seem to be piling on.

Margaret Carl


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