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Letter To The Editor - Election

 

Julie Meek

LaGrange

 

To the Editor:

     To Jim Kiermaier. I will be happy to start you on your way to choosing which party to vote for. First, ignore both the donkey and the elephant and listen to and watch the people who want the office they are running for. If they are capable of performing the tasks needed, that is a plus. If they have an open mind and can work with others and come to a sensible solution, that is a gold star. No two people will ever agree completely on everything. The best we can hope for is that the “Ins” stop being so self-centered and start thinking of the people they are supposed to be representing. All they have to do is whatever is best for America. That pretty well takes care of everyone.

For the dates and places you asked for to get you started:

Republican – Who can forget Nixon, Richard M. and shortly before that, his VP Spiro Agnew. That’s a little early but it’s a big one.

Republican, Indiana – Charlie White caught with felony charges in 2012.

Democrat – Acorn registering cartoon character Mickey Mouse.

Democrat – Acorn again, this time in Indiana 2008. Jimmy Johns registered with the same address as Jimmy John’s Sandwich Shop.

Democrat, Washington State, July 13, 2012 – Rosie Charlston was sent a partially filled out voter’s registered card. All she had to do was sign and return. Unfortunately, she died in 1998. She was also a black Labrador Retriever.

Voter Participation Center 2012 – Admitted to misconduct of sending voter register cards, partially filled out, to pets, children, and dead people, including Scampers the Cat.

To check out these and many more frauds, go to ballotpedia. org, washingtonexaminer.com and politicaloutcast.com. There are many more sites too numerous to mention, both Democrat and Republican.

I would like to end this letter with a famous quote from Joseph Stalin: “It’s not the people who vote that count. It’s the people who count the votes.”