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Opinion

October 27, 2012

Do your own research on candidates

To the Editor:

I would appreciate a chance to talk to my fellow citizens of this great country.

I wish to tell them to please look and listen for what is not being said and shown in the mainstream media. The lies of omission are misleading us into numbness. I hear it being said that there is too much on TV. That’s just what they want. They create distractions and overload people with nonsense. I wish to ask them to try reading on the Internet. The Drudge Report is one of many outlets. It is free and it documents its sources.

You can get raw information and draw your own conclusions. Please, citizens, you need to do this. Future generations are depending on you to be informed enough to vote to guarantee that they have the chance that you have had.

Donna M. Finigan

Newbury

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