Goshen News, Goshen, IN

Letters to the Editor

October 12, 2013

Reader wishes Marlin would go

Someone should have told Marlin Stutzman that to be disrespected, he’d first have to be respected. The only reason he is in the House is because Mark Souder (admitted to an affair) with a woman who was not his wife. So, he was really wanted by the people of Northern Indiana, don’t you think?

It would be nice to know how much Stutzman and his father received in subsidies from the Farm Subsidy Bill, you know, the one where they cut out money for the poor and the unemployed to help supplement their grocery bill so they wouldn’t go hungry.

Seems these farmers don’t have enough irrigation systems and they could always use another four wheel drive John Deere tractor. Marlin’s slogan when he ran was “ Go Marlin.” I wish that he would.

— Ray Schrock

Goshen

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