Letters to the Editor

Democracy dead?

Let’s face it once and for all: Democracy is virtually dead in the United States.

Congress is composed of mostly mediocre men who have stumbled into the best job that they will ever have and will sell themselves to whichever special interest will keep them there.

Bribed by the NRA and powerful corporations, these lawmakers have consistently failed to represent the people. They are self-serving, shameless and drunk on the power, prestige and the perks of their office. They are are traitors to the ideals of American democracy and public service.

They must be stopped through term limits and strict, meaningful campaign reform, among other measures. Any discussion on how to make America great must start here.

David Feliu,

Coral Gables

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