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Letter: Hagedorn's 'no' on impeachment is no surprise

Another objective Hagedorn might work on is to root out the right-wing domestic terrorists who threaten and intimidate elected members of both parties.

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I understand Rep. Hagedorn's rationale for voting against impeachment was that he didn't want to further divide the country. What a great idea, Jim! Where have you been these past four years when The Great Divider has delivered a daily barrage of lies and insults? Hagedorn just let all that bad-mouthing get swept under the rug as he chose to pander to and flatter the President. Frankly, Rep. Hagedorn, I'd sign a recall petition right now.

One of the things our legislators might do to promote unity is to get social media under control by requiring truth and responsibility. "Free speech" doesn't give one the right to express false information or to harm others.

Another objective Hagedorn might work on is to root out the right-wing domestic terrorists who threaten and intimidate elected members of both parties. Step up, Jim. Prove that "unity" means something.

John Trolander, Oronoco

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