Letter: Bush’s character remains in question
The following was noted on CNN on March 10, 9 p.m.
I’ll paraphrase the statement Bush made.
Integrity, honesty and trustworthy should be in trust for the American people by whoever occupies the White House.
He has the audacity to make such a statement when he was involved in a savings and loan association scandal in the Denver area in the 1980s.
A pitcher that is broken is not the same as the original, even though mended. His character (the values he portrays to hold) is questionable.
As the old saying goes: “People who live in glass houses don’t throw stones.”
I wish Senator McCain and the American public would use every available means of the media to expose such an unwarranted statement.
ARNOLD L. WETZSTEIN