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Don’t elect crybabies



When this comes out in The Mountain Eagle,
the November election will be but a memory, but still I feel like putting in my two cents’ worth.

Unlike many, I am not persuaded to change my mind about who I am going to vote for just because of some derogatory remarks made by one candidate against another, because these remarks show a lack of respect and an example of immaturity on the part of the one making them.

Imagine if you will what kind of representation we would have if these types of individuals do get elected.

I know who I am going to vote for long before the election comes around, and if my choice starts resorting to such tactics I will definitely change my mind and vote against them, because all this foolishness shows that they are not the kind of people we need to represent us. They haven’t yet shed their diaper, and who wants a crybaby to represent them anyway?

If anyone tries to buy my vote, they definitely won’t succeed because that is an insult against morality and integrity. Our rights and freedoms are disappearing fast enough without such foolishness helping them along.

For some people their vote isn’t worth very much, maybe a few bucks, a joint or two, or perhaps a pill or two.

The days of the half-pint of evil spirits are gone, but a worse evil has taken its place because we all know what lengths people will go to so as to get that high they are seeking.

Our precious little children are being exploited in every way imaginable because of this evil, too many times by these socalled caregivers.

When a child dies at the hands of a caregiver the first thing we hear is that another child did it, it fell out of its high chair, or it fell down the stairs. They do this because they think our medical examiners got their license out of a box of Cracker Jacks, and they actually think a jury will believe such a tale as this.

A good many of our elderly people are being treated in much the same manner so other family members can get the meager income they receive. Many of our caregivers are into it only for the money they get, and not for their concern for the individuals they serve.

As I have said before, we live in a disgraceful society where it is father against son, mother against daughter, and so on.

Anyway, you get the message. Enough said.

And that’s all from the funny farm until next time.


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