Repubocrats of all persuasions have consistently expanded the debt level of Americans, and increased the size and power of the government at the expense of individual freedom. The Optimist is confident that readers have taken appropriate action to reduce their personal level of debt and to preserve some of their wealth by purchasing physical (not paper, please!) precious metals. Less than a month from now, we will all have an opportunity to exercise another essential freedom. The Optimist encourages everyone to vote against the perpetual problems caused by Repubocrats. Instead of trying to guess which of two Repubocrats is a lesser evil, focus your attention on the potentially positive solutions. Take the time to learn about the independent candidates in each political race, and vote for the independent who comes closest to your ideals. To have a chance to evict the Repubocrats from their excessively long tenure in office, we all must support qualified independent candidates for each political position.
Alas, I am not optimistic enough to tell you that the independent you vote for will win election this year. My positive message instead is that by actively supporting independent candidates, we can improve the future prospects for independents to win elections and to act in the interest of the people by voting to reduce debt, to constrain the cancerous growth of government, and to return freedom to America.
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