Sunday's Letters to the Editor

<b>A new priority?</b>

EDITOR: The election is over. The Senate Republicans are now relieved of their top priority, as was stated in 2010 by the minority leader: "My No. 1 priority is making sure President Obama's a one-term president." So maybe their top priority for 2012 could be doing the work they were elected to do. Please?


Rohnert Park

<b>America loses</b>

EDITOR: I am disappointed in the election. Are we looking at four more years of failed policies or worse?

Obamacare won't be repealed, which means Americans are facing $2,500 to $4,000 in tax increases and doctors leaving private practice.

President Barack Obama bragged about jobs created but failed to inform us most jobs were in the federal government.

If people were unhappy with Congress, why send them back? Will Obama and the Senate continue to hold America hostage and blame Republicans?

I expect the next four years to be worse. Recall, Obama told the Russians to wait until his second term as he will have more flexibility. I see us losing freedoms, paying higher taxes, and America will become a Muslim-controlled nation. Christians will be openly persecuted, and in the end, America will lose.

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