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December 6, 2012

Obama was the best candidate for office

NEW CASTLE — Editor, The News:

I feel proud to be part of history in these last two presidential elections.

President Obama is not the lesser of two evils. He was simply the best candidate.

Obama does have a serious deficit of expertise with such a huge present deficit lingering and growing. He’s not the only person in the White House. What are they doing/not doing?

There are only two types of voters who voted — Democrats and the others who either are wealthy or they just don’t understand. Not to condone or condemn the others, but if they are wealthy that’s self-explanatory. And if they don’t understand, that’s also self-explanatory.

Republicans take from the needy and give to the greedy. A Democrat does the above but in reverse. This is, I believe, prima facie evidence of the way Republicans operate. What could be worse?

The sun is spewing its contents onto this planet, war (especially in the Middle East) is spewing its spoils onto this country, the deficit is becoming a “cliff hanger” onto this country as well as worldwide. Can you imagine a Republican president in times such as these?

In final conclusion to the above — that Republican candidate left his dog on the roof of his speeding car. Go figure.

Robert A. Zilinski

South Mercer Street

New Castle

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