Public trust lost because of current federal scandals

2013-06-30T00:00:00Z Public trust lost because of current federal scandals
June 30, 2013 12:00 am

With the multiple scandals of this administration, our government has little time to do the people's business.

Unlike Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, Richard Nixon, with decency and dignity of the office, chose to resign rather than put the country into turmoil.

Two of the scandals — IRS and NSA — are ruthlessly violating our First and Fourth Amendment rights.

The public trust has been lost by this administration with its narcissism and arrogance.

Hillary Clinton did say it was patriotic to disagree with any administration. Maybe our votes should have gone to her for president. This administration does not like people who disagree with its policies!

— Richard Tudor, Merrillville

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