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EDITORIAL: Republicans choosing party over country


Feb 26, 2016

Like most of you, we consider ourselves to be good, hard-working Americans who want what is best for our country.

We prefer for our newspaper work to remain focused on the workings of our own community, debating and challenging our local leaders on what is best for our local citizens.

That is our core mission.

But from time to time, we become so incensed by the dysfunction of our federal government that we are compelled to speak out.

This is one of those times.

On Tuesday, the 11 Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee signed a letter saying they would not hold hearings on any Supreme Court nominee until after the next president is elected.

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