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Published: Tuesday, August 7, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Meet new boss, same as old boss

I've always thought I should vote. I don't know who to vote for. The incumbents are saying, "I'll do whatever it takes to get jobs for our people," when they've been in Congress for many years, and haven't. The striving-to-be will "stand up against the tea partiers," and suddenly make Congress work, negotiate, compromise. Really? Nobody's been able to do that yet.
Hmmm. I wish they'd stop filling my mailbox with ads and all the robo-calling nonsense. Seriously. If they were very smart they would put that money to much better use. Then I'd know who to vote for.
Gary Snow
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