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Voters have a clear choice for Congress
Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Dear Editor,

Montana Democrats have nominated an interesting candidate for the congressional election. Kathleen Williams moved to Bozeman from San Francisco, California, where she was born and raised. Having gone to college at University of California, Berkeley, Williams is the ideal Democratic congressional candidate to represent Montana and help her fellow California congressional leader Pelosi to protect illegal aliens and expand the “sanctuary cities,” like her home city of San Francisco. Once a beautiful city, San Francisco, under Democrat leadership, is now the “arm pit” of California, full of crime and perversion, a great example for Montana and America’s future.

In contrast Congressman Gianforte, who also moved to Bozeman but from Pennsylvania a couple of decades ago, brought $5,000 to invest in a business he and his wife built into one of the largest businesses in Montana, providing jobs with salaries averaging over $90,000.

The Montana Democratic party offers Williams to Montana voters as a spokesman for socialism to take money from those who work and give it to those who don’t work—more government and higher taxes. Since I have never gotten a job from a “poor person,” I like “rich people” who build successful businesses and offer jobs rather than welfare. Montana voters have a choice of their congressman, Williams destroying Trump’s efforts to “make America great;” or re-elect Gianforte who is helping “drain the D.C. swamp.”

Williams needs to return to her beloved California and clean up that “hell-hole.” She certainly does not represent Montana values. Montana voters have a clear choice of “capitalism vs socialism” in this congressional election.

Ed Butcher

Lewistown and Winifred



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