Reader's View: Election ‘turned ugly,’ ‘became vicious’
Common decency and fair play were cast asunder in this current election to win the prize.
It’s disheartening and pathetic to witness the dissolution of our political arena. Common decency and fair play were cast asunder in this current election to win the prize. Civil rivalry turned ugly and became vicious.
When winning becomes the ultimate tool to wield power, it’s time to reconsider.
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