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October 19, 2012

Letter: We need a change in the White House

To the editor:

Sixty years ago this November, I voted in a presidential election for the first time (1952). This November will be my 16th presidential vote. This has a good chance of being my last.

Through the years, I have voted for either party, depending on who I believed was best. Sometimes I was for the winner, sometimes the loser, but never upset with the outcome.

This year is different!

I’m not really voting for a president. I’m voting against the present sitting president. President Obama and Joe Biden are an embarrassment!

Obama doesn’t act the president, he acts more like the king (without clothes) with his many executive orders, while Biden acts like his court jester.

Biden, when he was running for president years ago, had to drop out because of his plagiarism. When our only black justice of the Supreme Court was being considered, Biden was shocking with his off the wall comments.

Both of them should go back to school to learn the difference between leading and ruling. They could learn the three R’s to get on the right road.

The White House definitely needs the three R’s too. That would be Romney, Ryan and Reality.

Alice Foley

Salem

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