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Reader Opinion: Stand up, speak up

Our political elite, both Democratic and Republican, in Minnesota are living in a fantasy land of political correctness. This political correctness could cause the death of your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Our local senators ...

Our political elite, both Democratic and Republican, in Minnesota are living in a fantasy land of political correctness. This political correctness could cause the death of your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Our local senators and representatives won't speak up! Because if they do, the news media will crucify them. Most of them are good people, but they don't want to be called a racist or a bigot. They want to get reelected. They are not going to speak up unless they hear from you the voter, that you are tired of all this political correctness. They need to know that you will stand with them if they speak up. It's time to stand up and speak up before it is someone from your family that is lying in the street killed by a terrorist. I would like to see a law passed that says the person or organization that is responsible for bringing the terrorists into Minnesota is liable for deaths caused by this terrorist. A law like that might make the people in Minnesota a lot safer.

John Finnegan

Wadena

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