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Letter: Vote in primaries

Obama care is not going away; as a matter of fact the Republican Party is cementing the pillars of it as I write this. Along with a brand new entitlement program we can’t afford. People, wake up. The only way to “drain the swamp” is for Americans to do it ourselves, it’s called voting. The primaries are what matter; as a matter of fact the primaries are the most important part of voting and the least participated in.

Every two years Americans vote the same people wearing suits vomiting guarantees of gold and candy when all they really have is a plan for more debt and some appetizing arsenic pills, and every election cycle people buy it hook line and sinker.

America is screwed because People don’t vote in the primaries. Then they’re all depressed and crushed when the same guy runs in the general again and again. How many times must we go through this? That is what the American voter has done to themselves for how many years? What’s it going to take; it’s like that movie “Groundhog Day” with Bill Murray, but every two years for decades.

I wanna let you Republican voters in on something: Democrats and Republicans are the same, one side just thinks they can spend your money better than the other; they both want big government and centralized bureaucracy.

Obamacare is now RINOcare along with a new entitlement program, proof that 98 percent of the Republican Party should repeal their R and replace it with D.

Republicans are red, Democrats are blue, and guess what? Neither of them care about you.

I don’t care what party you’re affiliated with, vote the incumbent out, for the love of whatever it is you believe in. They are the problem, all of them; we have had the same problems since the 1980s if not longer, and guess what? The same criminals are still running this extravaganza. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Jolene Schillaci
New Castle


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