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Response to Bill Gossett letter: 'Vote for a new president'

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To the editor:

I would like to thank Mr. Gossett for his letter to the editor. I sincerely wish more people would think the same way. Especially the younger generation.

The citizens of this country are losing all our rights and privileges. Our Constitution is being pushed aside by Washington politicians for their own personal agenda, and (they) couldn't care less about what is truly important for the citizens of the United States of America.

Gary Parn

[Posted November 28, 2012]

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