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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Vote for progress, not stagnation

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Are you tired of the lack of progress on job creation, U.S. debt continuing to increase with more spending programs and increased taxation for all Americans? Are you sick of past and future bailouts, nonfunctioning green-energy stimulus programs and a general lack of focus, direction and leadership from the Obama administration?

Then on Election Day, cast your vote for Mitt Romney for president and for all conservatives, including judges, at the local, state and federal levels. We need to stop the irresponsible socialist behavior of President Obama and the potential devastation that will occur if he is re-elected. This may be our last chance to place America on the path to economic recovery. We desire a better America for our children and grandchildren than the practices Mr. Obama's administration has forced upon us over the past four years.

We have the power to right the American ship and restore our constitutional values. Vote for conservative candidates with pride and passion. Do it for all future generations.

RICHARD WILSON

Whispering Pines, N.C.

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