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Your vote is vital!

This letter is speaking to the disenfranchised, the undecided and those who feel that voting doesn’t make any difference: Register and vote. Your vote is vital!

Never has the world been in such peril. It’s all about religious zeal; Christian, Muslim and Zionist…oh, and oil. Number one priority: Dump our Supreme Court appointed, usurper president, George W. Bush.

Terrorism is real! We needed to go after the terrorist leaders. Bush has squandered our military and economic resources and sacrificed many of our valiant children on a vicious dictator who was inconsequential to the big picture. We drew the terrorists into Iraq and engendered an insurgency. Military might cannot defeat suicidal bombers who feel they have nothing to lose. They are in infinite perpetration.

Ralph Nader says, “There is little difference between the Republican and Democrat parties.” I believe there is a difference. For now, middle-of-the-road is the only electable stance. However, John Kerry would be wise to listen and learn the principles of the Green Party for future governance. In November we must vote Democrat if we have any mathematical chance of dumping the Republican Party fanatics who have hijacked my American flag.

Tony Hardwick

Nevada City

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