- - Thursday, April 21, 2016


President Obama has gone too far in accomplishing his promised fundamental transformation of America. He has managed to seriously diminish our national security, double our national debt, damage our economy and create deep divisions among our people with the obsessive promotion of his insidious legacy. Indeed, with less than a year to the end of his two terms Mr. Obama is slamming the pedal to the metal throughout government, America and the world.

And what do we have to look forward to in the 2016 presidential elections? Either Republican Donald Trump, or Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton. Neither is a promising leader for the recovery of America. Both are self-obsessed to the right and left, either too extreme or extremely corrupt, leaving voters in a quandary as to what will become of us in a world wrought with terrorism, hate, discontent, social deterioration, economic tribulation, governmental chaos and the threats of world war.

Alas, it’s past time for voters to re-evaluate themselves, their lives, their families, their future and the reestablished need for our government by the people, for the people. To survive, vote your conscience this November — and hold the candidates’ feet to the fire of accountability.


Apple Valley, Calif.

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