Letter to the editor: Employee of the year

Posted 2/13/20

I submit this nomination for Employee of the Year. We hired him three years ago, even though his experience was in another industry. His promises were compelling, promising to Make America Great …

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Letter to the editor: Employee of the year

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I submit this nomination for Employee of the Year. We hired him three years ago, even though his experience was in another industry. His promises were compelling, promising to Make America Great Again after eight years of malaise. He encouraged energy production, and growth in that sector has increased our national security as well as been an engine of economic growth. He has brought back 500,000 manufacturing jobs, and reduced unemployment across every segment of the working public. Basically, if you want a job you can find one. He reduced taxes and spurred the economy to become one of the healthiest in the world. The stock market indices, and thus our own investments, have grown to historic highs. He has placed about 190 judges on benches across the US that believe the constitution says what it says and is changed by amendment, not interpretation.

I nominate Donald Trump for Employee of the Year. I intend to renew his contract in November.

Dan Bidstrup,

Arvada

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