So disappointed

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It saddens me to see the changes that have occurred in the U.S. since World War II. We’ve sent troops to fight in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan without declarations of war.

We have a huge federal debt, but Congress refuses to make U.S. corporations pay their fair share of income taxes.

Voters say they want change but continue to re-elect incumbents. What do they expect?

The Supreme Court ruled that corporations are individuals and can make unlimited contributions to politicians. If so, why aren’t they subject to the same rules as the rest of us?

I am so disappointed.

— Edward Lindsay, Fort Worth

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