Opinion: Beto, Texas isn’t buying your pivot away from liberal positions

Opinion: Beto, Texas isn’t buying your pivot away from liberal positions

Democrat Beto O’Rourke shakes hands with supporters after speaking during a rally at Discovery Green as he announces that he is running for governor of Texas Friday, Nov. 19, 2021 in Houston. Abbott and O’Rourke Regarding “ Gov. Greg Abbott has huge early lead on Beto O’Rourke, new poll finds ,” (Dec. 8): Gov. Abbott, despite advocating many poor policies and being a lackluster campaigner, is riding high in the polls. This is because he has focused on immigration and pocketbook issues that are preeminent among voters’ concerns. Beto O’Rourke is saddled with a number of unpopular positions which he took to please the far left. His attempts to pivot away are not selling with the electorate. Time for this paper, which might be accused of having the same problems, to find a new white knight. Heartwarming response to tornadoes Regarding “ Aid groups mobilize to help victims of Midwest tornadoes ,” (Dec. 12): I have been reading about the relief efforts both at the place of the tornadoes’ touchdown and the wide swath of destruction in at least six states. It is so appalling yet heartwarming, with volunteers on the ground easing the tremendous burden of the storm survivors by looking for any of their loved ones and friends that may be in an unresolved or otherwise troubling disposition. This helping hand includes millions of dollars in private donations. I read that the power could be out for months in many places that were hardest hit. I feel […]

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