Hatfield Needs to Rebuild Trust with Constituents

Hugh Fleet


 

 

Well, Senator, hat is a good start and here is what you need to do to rebuild that trust because there is no common grown on some issues you and your Democratic Party support!

For you, lack of support on the Parental Notification Bill SB5156 that you and your controlling party in this state just casually brush aside year after year is one place there is no common ground. Think about it, Senator, from the standpoint of one whose priorities are God, family and country, that someone can give ones daughter or granddaughter an abortion without knowledge of parents or guardian is to me, that you are casually reducing our great past to the trouble of fools and your lack of support for other’s priorities is why you are not trusted.

Your gay and pro-abortion bosses is not who you should be listening to.

It is not my intention to irritate the Hatfield’s and their friends by putting your name in print. However, one must stand for something and I stated what that was!

Please note our Pre Emblem to the Constitution of these United States of America and remember my statement that you and your Democratic Party leave many with no common ground. As you read this, “insure domestic tranquility.”

We, the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to our posterity, and ourselves do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

 

Hugh Fleet,

E. South Bend. Wash.

 

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on www.hometowndebate.com 3/8/12. If you would like to respond to this story go to hometowndebate.com