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You are the person to stand up and be counted

| November 10, 2022 12:00 AM

I hope you took the time to vote. Why? Because it’s all about you and your family, our freedom and your children’s future. We Americans have and are living the greatest experiment of all civilization. Why would we put this in jeopardy?

If we have useful information, as educated and well-informed citizens, armed with true facts about what we have and enjoy, healthy conversation and debate, we can make sound decisions on our national future. It’s our country.

Our elected officials should be working to represent our needs, not lining their own pockets. Big tech should not conceal information from us. Our schools should not be politically motivated. Teach how to think, not what to think.

It’s not okay for boys to use girls' bathrooms. Women should not be forced to compete with men in women’s sports. Women, it’s time to stand up and vote.

We need to take care of the elderly. Millions have lost more than 25 percent of their retirement savings with no time to recoup.

Why are we begging for oil from our enemies when we were energy independent a short time ago? If we have elected our representative to reflect our needs, why is gas 4 dollars per gallon? Food costs have gone wild. Why are 300 people a day dying from fentanyl poisoning?

History has proven it takes only two steps to lose all we have that is so special to all of us. First, control the media and the information we receive and then take our guns away.

Our forefathers understood this. The constitution was written to protect us from the government.

Our vote counts. You are the person to stand up and be counted, for your children and the elderly. This may have been the most important election of our lifetime. People need to talk to family and friends. We can make a difference to protect our freedoms.

Lee Lytton

Polson

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