Sunday morning I read with interest the editorial, "Misoverestimating
The way I like to phrase it is what someone says about someone else, particularly in politics, says much more about the speaker than it does the person they are discussing.
While there is much to learn from George W. Bush's presidency, both how to and how not to govern, there is one overriding lesson we as citizens should have learned in the last 12 years under both Presidents Bush and
Government at all levels has responsibilities and plays a role in our lives and we need to hold our leaders accountable at the ballot box. However, government is not the solution for mending our social fabric or the agent for solving all of our modern dilemmas.
Mel Martin, Fallston