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Spend wisely

Many citizens claim desire for bipartisan political action. Recent media cacophony demonstrates that both national political parties may enthusiastically cooperate and embrace phantom interests for our cash.
I’ve received recurring pleas purportedly supporting candidates and causes and recently for impeaching Presdient Barack Obama and some media are clamoring for impeachment. Although House Speaker John Boehner has denied plans, some political strategists have begun soliciting funds for countering impeachment efforts. That’s creative bet-hedging.
Are you confident the next Congressional election will change all Class 2 (up for election) Democratic U.S. Senate seats to Republican, and all Class 2 GOP seats will be held?
If the 114th Congress Senate will be thusly comprised with 65 Red seats won’t it be short the Constitution specified 2/3 present members voting for trying impeachment. Or, do you believe that sufficient Blue and Red Senators will join and vote to try? Review the Senate’s W.J. Clinton impeachment votes.
Be not seduced by false hope to spend on illusions. Be wary about “emergency” or “urgent” solicitation claims and motifs. Anticipate that hired political agents will misrepresent for our money.
Participate, study, work to discourage non-residents intruding into our governmental jurisdictions and political spaces, and spend wisely.

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Robert Rankin
Butler Township
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