I would like to respond to Danny Faulkner’s letter, “Focus should be on issues, not insults,” in the July 31 edition of The Lancaster News.
Mr. Faulkner, I have a few facts and questions for you. When Bill Clinton left office in 2001, we (the United States) had a budget surplus. George W. Bush took office and eight years later the economy has been driven in the ground like an Idaho potato. The only TEA parties we heard about during Bush’s tenure are the ones little kids took their baby dolls to.