Many Democrats don’t care for the poor | Letter to the editor

Exhibits A and B are Washington’s two senators, Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell.

Both voted against allowing cheaper medications to be imported from Canada and other nations. This is a simple free market/free trade solution that doesn’t require a tax, regulation or government program, but these two corporate socialists – as well as 11 other Democratic senators –voted against it.

So if you think Democrats care about the working poor and middle class, you’d be mistaken.

Jeff Jared,

Kirkland

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