I read the letter from Diana Lovejoy, "Time for a revolution" (March 6). I have been saying the very same thing in conversations.
I am an independent, like many people, and can think objectively. Lovejoy hit it on the nose.
Many Americans are fed up with the rich getting richer, while the low and middle classes and the poor keep getting poorer.
Why is it that in this day and times, the officials at the stock markets, big banks and investment banks are making great gains every day while the average American struggles?
Congress is so partisan and won't come to any measurable terms. Power, greed and dictatorship are what it is all about since Barack Obama was first elected. Americans are completely out of the picture.
More and more billionaires and millionaires are being created. How is it that in the richest country in the world, so many people are struggling to live?
A revolution could come about if members of Congress don't get their act together in the future.
Jean R. Arsenault, Mexico