Don't Vote into Government Office Candidates Who Hate Government

Leo Toribio Pittsburgh, Pa.

As we approach the 2016 elections, keep in mind that when a politician, seeking office at any level, says things like "government is the problem," or "government can do no good,"  that politician is making excuses for his own ultimate failures on the job (if elected).  If you owned a factory that manufactures airplanes or automobiles, would you hire someone who described those products generically as "no good?" If you answered, no, then  don't vote for a candidate who expresses negative views regarding government. 

 

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