- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 27, 2010


I’m sure all of us can remember being angry at some time and doing things that we later regretted. In less than a week, we have an election and I don’t think voting angry is going to lead to the solutions America needs to get over being angry. It’s likely to make our rage even worse.

Perhaps it is better to think things through by using logic, reason, wisdom and good judgment before picking the best candidates possible. If you are going to vote angry, can you at least go to the trouble to figure out who is the right person to be angry at? The only thing worse than being angry is regretting who you voted for when you were angry and having to live with the results.


Gilroy, Calif.

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