How should I vote in the upcoming election? Again the question has been troubling my mind. Do I vote for the lesser of two evils? Or, do I vote my conscience? This election may well be pivotal for our nation as our government teeters on the edge of economic ruin and is probably far closer to a total collapse than anyone cares to consider or admit. National debt soars, jobs flee to other countries, we still depend too much on foreign oil for energy, hostile governments are buying up our businesses and technology, and our military is overextended and entangled in places where it cannot truly achieve victory. I invite you to read world history and consider the signs! Both major parties are proclaiming themselves as the right choice to bring about change and reform in Washington. But let’s be honest. I don’t see either party promoting much change or reform. Both supported government bailouts with our tax dollars and decreasing the purchasing power of the dollar you and I earn. Both promise tax relief to portions
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Opinion, Pages 6 on 09/26/2012
Print Headline: GRIZ BEAR COMMENTS: Do I vote the lesser of two evils or principle?