Votes for sanity

Seems to me if we elect Ms. Nunn to the Senate we stand a good chance of keeping the sorry excuse for manhood, namely Senator Reid of Nevada, as majority leader of the Senate.

This would assure the nation of two more years of the stagnation in Congress giving Obama free rein to continue the path of ruination for freedom-loving Americans. My humble opinion, Mr. Reed is not fit to be seen in public, much less hold his position in the Senate.

We are so close to the point of no return, I feel that two more years of non-action by Congress, allowing Obama to do his thing, may be the final push allowing no return to the Constitutional Republic that created the greatest nation on Earth.

The younger people deserve much better than the past six to eight years have offered. Even though young people voted for Obama in mass, I do not think they would vote for him now as most see the result of their error. In fact, of the hundreds of voters I know, probably one person out of fifty may admit voting for Obama.

All that our forefathers sacrificed, argued, and some died for, is slowly being lost as politicians instead of patriots continue to serve party and self. I have tried for many years, with little success, to get incumbents voted out. Unless we soon get a new Congress and a president who loves America more than him/her self we will lose the second greatest gift ever given to mankind.

If the voters fail, will the Constitution save us? It does provide a method, even though votes offer the best route of returning us to sanity.

Keith Crosby

Newnan



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