Can Rep. Daryl Metcalfe be for real?

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It’s hard to believe that state Rep. Daryl Metcalfe is a real person (“Rep. Metcalfe Leads Charge to Impeach Attorney General,” May 7). He seems more like a creation of Hollywood. It’s as if some left-leaning studio was trying to portray a far-right redneck, backwater politician from Cousinmarry, Mississippi — a caricature.

The problem is, however, he is a real person. To make matters worse there are real people who keep voting for him.

I don’t know if there is a dangerous pollutant in the drinking water in Butler County or if misogyny, intolerance and downright hatefulness is taught in the Butler County schools.

There are road signs there that state that Butler is a church-going community. It seems that the teachings of Jesus and the tenets of the Judeo-Christian concept are nowhere to be found within the walls of those buildings.

PHIL LaRUSSE
Lower Burrell


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