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Senator embarrassing

On her return from a trip to Europe, our Senator Diane Feinstein was quoted, “As an American, I have always been proud, I have a (U.S. flag) pin. I was embarrassed to wear it.” My e-mailed response to her was, “If you are embarrassed to wear an American lapel pin, you should resign as my senator. I am embarrassed that you should make such a remark. I will do everything in my power to prevent you from being re-elected. You, madam, are a disgrace to our country, our Senate, California and all of us veterans who have fought for our great country.”

Richard V. Panzica

major, USAF (ret.)

Penn Valley

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