Voters shouldn't listen to the haters

I've been reading letters in your paper from this crazy man Lowell Greenbaum, chairman of the Richmond County Democratic Party, for years -- and I want to know what planet or country he is from ("GOP actions might haunt them later," July 20).

For one, the last time I checked we are not the richest country in the world. We are $13 trillion in debt to China and others. Where I come from, that means broke. I'm tired of hearing about George W. Bush or Barack Obama, Republican or Democrat. The problem lies in Greenbaum and all of his blowhard followers who write in to this paper thinking they have all the answers. Those people don't care about this country, but what personal gain is in it for them or some feel-good cause?

Why don't they tell everyone what they stand for instead of trying to bash some political party? I stand for God, family and hard work -- without depending on government intervening into my life telling me what to do.

We may not be the richest country in the world today, but I can guarantee that the only way this country survives is if the voters get back to what made this country great -- and not listen to people like Greenbaum.

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