Letter: Chris Stevenson, Purcellville

Editor: The damning, sickening details coming out of the Mueller investigation and the Southern District of New York, as well as the embarrassing efforts for some in high places to flippantly dismiss their importance, seem not to surprise any of us as we have come to know the churlish, self-absorbed, hateful and ridiculous Republican White House. Nevertheless, they take one’s breath away in our worry for the viability of this cherished democracy and the effect of all this on our children.

All readers, liberal or conservative, should link arms in solidarity with all who yearn for the continuation of this fragile American experiment in self-government, and inform Jennifer Wexton that impeachment hearings are completely in order. Senators Kaine and Warner should also hear loud and clear that they must press most earnestly on the Republican leaders in the Senate to declare that the abuse of office has gone on long enough, the damage is severe, and announce that the trial for removal from office will move forward once the House has done its work.

Chris Stevenson, Purcellville


One thought on “Letter: Chris Stevenson, Purcellville

  • 2018-12-12 at 11:13 am

    Still running your “churlish, self-absorbed, hateful and ridiculous” scam Chris? Tell us — whatever happened to the whole commie, err, I mean Russian, “manchurian candidate” angle?

    The “viability of this cherished democracy?” We just had an election. What, exactly, wasn’t viable about it?

    The “effect of all this on our children?” How, exactly, are our kids affected by… whatever you think they’re affected by?

    We should “link arms in solidarity?” You mean like goose stepping Soviet troops in Red Square on May Day? No thanks. We don’t need another cult in the world.

    I’m old enough to remember all of my democrat friends yelling at me that presidential sex was a private matter. Did something change?

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