(NEW YORK TIMES) The anger of Republican primary voters at the political class could have blistered the paint in a conference room during a focus group in Indianapolis.
“We did what we were supposed to do: we wrote the letters and we made the phone calls, and they did not listen,’’ said Marenda Babcock, 60, a freelance writer.
“We’ve lost our voices as constituents,’’ echoed Christopher Berry, 50, who works in agriculture.
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Dwight Podgurski, 58, coordinator of a campus ministry, compared Washington to the cesspool depicted in “House of Cards.’’