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Letter: Weak congressional leaders make a strong case for term limits
Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., makes his way up the steps of the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday.

This is probably the most difficult analysis I have attempted because it involves very sick politicians.

Democratic congressional leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer indicate absolutely no consideration or conscience for the United States in favor of their very selfish political aspirations for liberal attitudes. They are the best examples of our desperate need for congressional members’ term limits (and there are many more like them).

With “off the wall” thinking of Pelosi’s expressions, doesn’t it scare the literal hell out of U.S. citizens that the number of voters who keep her in that position are also numb-brained and could cause us unneeded and unacceptable complications in our so-called federal government functions? I describe “so-called” as nothing but a political contest with wasted time and limited benefits.

Donald Trump is bad enough but at least he seems to be sincerely interested in the nation’s well-being. Thanks to the eight-year limit for the presidency, we recently got rid of a very negative element,

Clarence Huhman

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