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I remember, do you?

Do you remember when? I do remember, and I want America to be great again!

Politicians were courteous to each other and respected their peers.

When advertisements of two cafés were never put back to back like they are now.

When no one ever said bad things about others, when a hand shake and your word was as good as a written notarized document.

When our Constitution was good enough for all people.

When people felt fortunate to have the right to vote, and knew that each vote counted.

When people didn’t hear who won the race before their voting booths had closed.

I do value my freedom! I don’t want people to invade my privacy and look what they are doing!

From a very disgruntled lady in a small town,

Ella Pritchard



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