This year, I'm voting myself

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I am writing to comment on Al Gray of Lincolnton’s letter (“Vote Anderson? Think again,” Oct. 13). I agree that Lee Anderson is not fit to represent anyone in the U.S. Congress. But incumbent U.S. Rep. John Barrow is not any better, either. Barrow knows that Obamacare is a serious tax increase on everyone and will bankrupt this country if allowed to be fully implemented. Yet he refused to vote to repeal it.

So for these reasons, I cannot vote for either of them. I will be doing a write-in vote for myself.

I cannot vote for someone just because someone tells me they are the lesser of two evils. This way, whoever is elected, I can say that I did not vote for them, and I can sleep at night knowing that I did not compromise my principles.

For all of the people out there saying that I am wasting my vote, I disagree with you. I will be voting for someone I think can do a better job than the ones on the ballot.

John Morris


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Dixieman 10/19/12 - 05:15 am

good luck with that. A vote wasted.

Jane18 10/19/12 - 08:47 am
Voting or not voting

Any way you look at "your" vote John, it is no good, null and void, a waste, but, if that is how your brain works, so be it! It really is a shame though....................

Granddaddy John
Granddaddy John 10/19/12 - 08:56 am
Yea go ahead, but you are not

Yea go ahead, but you are not on the ballot and when this country falls you can tell all your family and friends that you voted for yourself.Thats one of AMERICAS problem now to many STUPID people walking around.

Jon Lester
Jon Lester 10/19/12 - 10:09 am
There's no wasting a vote in GA10

and that's why I'm a write-in candidate. You can vote for a dead foreigner (the Charles Darwin thing), or for a real, living US citizen and actual resident of the district. And yes, I do use my real name here.

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