To the Editor:
In response to a recent letter saying that whoever doesn’t vote has no right to complain about the outcome. Back in the 1890s, Mark Twain wrote that America had the best politicians money could buy and some were even honest. When they were bought, they stayed bought. Do you think times have changed? When I was in the Army, I may not have had any way to control things, but I still had the right to complain.
John J. Gelasi