Is this best for our country?
About a month ago I emailed Pat Toomey, asking him to explain the Republican agenda. What are their hopes and dreams for our country? What do they aspire to accomplish?
Of course, again, I got no answer. So, again, I resort to a public email. Since the Republican Party is spending so much time defending and supporting Trump for re-election, I can only assume that they believe him to be the best person to fulfill their aspirations. The problem is that truth and freedom of the press do not exist in Trump’s world. Laws of the land do not apply to Donald Trump. Just ask him.
Congress has no power of oversight into this administration. Democrats and the intelligence community are attacked as the deep state. Trump has replaced knowledgeable, patriotic people with sycophants. The Treasury, State and Judiciary branches represent Trump, not the country. Offhand I cannot think of anyone who actually is interested in protecting us. You and your party fight tooth and nail to defend everything Trump does. Is this, then, the Republican Party’s aspiration for the United States of America? That we should be led by a president who openly solicits, again, interference into our sacred elections and who is even now sending the attorney general around the world seeking help from other countries? Help to absolve Russia of interference in the 2016 election? And, by the way, why am I forced to pay for this fool’s errand?
Hate, suspicion and division are the mantra of the man you are supporting. Is this, then, Mr. Toomey, the Republican agenda as well? Is this your dream for the future of the United States? Is this the best thing for our country? You were elected to represent the citizens of this country, not Donald Trump. If I am wrong about anything that I have written, I would be glad to be proven wrong. I do not rejoice in sending this letter. But, then, that would require a response from you that never comes. That would require you to show some honor and patriotism.
Please Mr. Toomey, prove me wrong!