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If seniors and veterans vote, we'll outnumber the no-nothings

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To The Daily Sun,

It is time to take back America from the fools running the country. Veterans and senior citizens, banded together, can make it work by not letting your children vote as they do not teach them PAD (problems in American democracy) in the schools any more. If they did, then the children know nothing and do not listen, which is typical of children not trusting anyone over 30. So I ask you, why do the people running for office go after the young voters? Because they know that the simpletons will vote for them if they are promised a free ride into the future.

If the senior citizens and veterans get out and vote then we defiantly outnumber the no-nothings and could get this country to be number one again and not the laughing stock of the world.

Bev Buker