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Talk of 'Change' is Cheap

Posted: February 25, 2008 5:12 p.m.
Updated: April 25, 2008 5:02 a.m.
 
To The Editor:

At the risk of sounding either not fully informed or just scared about how the media is depicting the voters, especially Clinton vs. Obama, I bring this to the table: Both proclaim "change" and "hope." Not all change is good, and it can be frustrating to continue hoping for the many kinds of change each American wants. No government can please everyone, but even in the name of "the kids" or "the next generation" we must try to discern what is intended to be changed - and how much it will cost us.

"Change" - how so? Socialized medicine? Redistribution of assests without our consent? (A pig in every pot and a car in every garage.) But who funds all of these pie-in-the-sky "changes?" Easy: The taxpayers.
All of the candidates should talk to us about what kinds of changes they want to make and why. Not just, "... anything, different!"

"Be careful what you wish [vote] for."


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