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GOP and Democrats Trade Charges

August 29, 1992

Whenever I hear the Republican Party call Clinton a liberal, I get so worked up I want to write a letter. The "L" word is a label that hasn't any relevance, and it's only used to invoke some emotional response from the voter. It's an insult to the intelligence of the voting American and indicates their low opinion of us.

What they need to do is talk about the issues. This is an important time for us, and what we need is good debate, not name-calling. I've heard the last three years described as the worst since the Depression. We want to know how the candidates propose to lead us out of this mess.

We, as voters, shouldn't be moved by labels that, in reality, have no meaning. We should base our decisions on the candidates' priorities and their suggested solutions.

JAMES F. PETERSON, Orange

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