Democrats aren’t you tired of all this?

Someone once told me that hitting yourself on the head with a hammer is actually pleasing, because it feels so good when you stop.

A question for Democrat voters: When are you going to stop hitting your heads (and the rest of us as well) with the hammer? You keep sending the likes of Sens. Murray and Cantwell, and Reps. Larsen, DelBene and Jayapal, and the rest back to Washington, D.C. and what we all get in return are higher taxes, massive inflation, and burdensome regulations on our daily lives.

The “tax and spend” bill passed by the Senate and signed by the House will result in massive tax increases and will drastically increase the rate of inflation. And the House Ways and Means committee, just today, vowed to raise taxes across the board again if they continue to control government in November. All Democrat politicians support this, no Republicans.

Democrat politicians support the current administration’s war on domestic energy production, which is directly responsible for the high fuel and electricity prices we have. And this flows directly to the high grocery and retail prices we are paying.

Aren’t you Democrat voters tired of all this? Vote Democrat in November and we will get even more of the same. Vote Republican and we can all collectively turn this around and start cleaning up the mess.

Charles Hodges

Snohomish

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