LETTERS

Directing our focus

Posted 6/17/21

To the Editor: Presently our federal government is addressing the most serious issues with large spending programs. We are currently over twenty eight trillion dollars in debt and growing. Is this the correct means to overcome many of our national

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LETTERS

Directing our focus

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To the Editor:

Presently our federal government is addressing the most serious issues with large spending programs. We are currently over twenty eight trillion dollars in debt and growing. Is this the correct means to overcome many of our national problems? Our future generations will be burden with an enormous debt causing severe inflation for years to come.

A few of our most serious issues are: need to resolve our current civil unrest, develop a fair immigration policy, review voting rights, propose new police reforms and create safe gun control regulations all of which currently have no apparent solutions.

Yes, certain programs are essential and they assist the many who require assistance yet they should not be design for a lifetime of financial support. They should be design to bring relief and comfort to those in need in an attempt to return most recipients to a meaningful and productive life.

Our leaders should have our country’s financial stability, security and forward progress in focus when acting on Congressional matters pertaining to the health, safety and prosperity of the American people.

Bob Sweeney

Warwick

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