Vote for someone, not against someone
To the Editor:
These days, we seem to be more inclined to vote against someone than for
someone. This year, perhaps you will
- vote against the party that claims to be the champions of individual
freedom, but is doing everything in their power to eliminate the freedom of a
woman to control her own body and her own life.
- vote against the party that time after time refuses to manage the gun
crisis we have in the United States, despite the fact that the 2nd amendment
begins with "A well-regulated militia, being necessary..."
- vote against the party that thinks it is more important to stay in power
than it is to preserve democracy, in spite of having no substantive evidence
to support the Big Lie.
I invite you to just pick the one you like and follow it.