Letters and Opinion

Brooks can help Congress

May 5, 2012

It is no secret that Americans are dissatisfied with the behavior in Washington. However, there is a glimmer of hope in the Republican 5th District primary. Susan Brooks is exactly the type of candidate that can implement change.

Brooks has a five-point plan to begin restoring confidence and civility in Congress, including discussing term limits and holding members of Congress to the standards all Americans live by. Brooks is willing to not only stand up to the entrenched Washington insiders, but is also ready to get to work on the tough issues such as repealing the Affordable Care Act, cutting wasteful government spending and taking the burden of debt resolution off the shoulders of future generations. Without abandoning her conservative principles, she is also willing to work with everyone in Congress to actually move legislation forward.

I have known Brooks since she was a deputy mayor in Indianapolis. If anyone can make a difference in government, it is Brooks.

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Diana Cordray, Carmel
 

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