, Newburyport, MA


July 8, 2013

Unenrolled voter frustration


I shudder to think of the consequences for America if such actions are not begun immediately before the 2014 elections. Like the USSR under the communists, you could always vote but there was only one name on the ballot. Parties split up districts to make it appear there were different coalitions, but in reality they were just two sides of the same coin. It’s time for a bold, passionate electoral revolution. Social networking on the Internet awaits desirable candidates’ campaigns. We the voters must “become the change you desire to see happen.” Or bow our heads to the new 21st century form of human oppression that shall destroy the American middle class forever.

Robert Allen Schledwitz


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