Letter: Americans need facts, not opinions by Marjorie DeLap
It’s time for us to help our representatives who don’t seem to know what we, their constituents, need or want. Will we have to listen to all the propaganda for the next four months? They are so into what they need and want that they never listen to us. They definitely listen to the few people who can help them (not us). So sad! I really was always under the impression they represented us.
We have to make America strong again and we all have to work together. We have to let them know how we feel. We voted them into office, and we can and should vote them out if they don’t vote for us and the American Way.
Please remember-we are their employers. We pay their salaries from our tax dollars. But I guess they aren’t satisfied with just our wages. So they sell us short. Are we going to let this continue?
If they had to live on our incomes, they’d be joining us and fighting for equal opportunities. If there were limited terms, this would never happen again. It’s the worst campaign I’ve ever seen.
What Americans need is facts (proven facts), not just opinions from both sides, so we can make an intelligent decision. We have to be able to believe what they are saying, and that they believe it also.
I don’t think any of us think the baloney they feed us is true. But buying an election? I’m not too sure. Let’s not let that happen. Come on Americans! It’s our right and privilege to vote, and hopefully our vote still counts.
In my opinion, the right man is President Obama. I will be at the polls. Will you be there?
Marjorie DeLap, Rhinelander