Make Your Vote Count

Written by Arleen M.Kaptur

Election time inrepparttar United States is fast approaching. Choices need to be made and votes cast. Inrepparttar 113515 scheme of things - there are winners and losers.

Inrepparttar 113516 cold, hard factual world,repparttar 113517 voters are not alwaysrepparttar 113518 victors -repparttar 113519 candidates are not alwaysrepparttar 113520 best forrepparttar 113521 job.

How do voters make a truly educated choice or do most get swayed by "popularity" or what their neighbor of favorite group feel isrepparttar 113522 best way to go? By now, there is an influx of information that could leave a paper trail torepparttar 113523 distant planets and back - so many words - chosen carefully but not always relayingrepparttar 113524 truth. So what is a conscientious voter suppose to do when faced with advertisements and commercials aimed at changing your mind if you are not with their program or choice of candidate? Look atrepparttar 113525 person - not his/her personal appearance or outward demeanor butrepparttar 113526 real person. Do they have a record of accomplishing what they set out to do, are their motives directed at improvements for their constituents and not for their own personal profit and are they sincere, trustworthy, and, more importantly, accessible? Do they respond to voters inquiries when camera crews and newspaper reporters are not around, and do they reply or at least acknowledge requests, questions, and concerns, no matter how trivial or inconsequential?

Our government leaders have tight schedules and busy to-do lists - but are their voters' concerns, needs and problems on that list? Do they voicerepparttar 113527 opinions and concerns ofrepparttar 113528 people or of commitments made to lobbyists whose bankrolls made everyday workers' payrolls look anemic?


Written by George Papazoglou

Fellow investor,

It's true. The Government allows you to legally buy casual, or luxurious automotives at unbelievably low prices.

You can own any car you can imagine like BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Audi as long it is seized byrepparttar Government.

A Very Representative Case of Seized Vehicles...

Here's a typical paradigm... A drug dealer is driving his luxurious BMW onrepparttar 113514 Highway, having his car loaded with marijuana.

The Police with some effort arrestsrepparttar 113515 dealer andrepparttar 113516 Government seizes his 'property'. What happens next?

The vehicle, a BMW in this case, is yanked forrepparttar 113517 Auctions -- it is available torepparttar 113518 public for a measly tag!

Why am I really practically giving out this information? Because when you'll get your 'almost free' car, you'll remember good ol' George from and kindly reciprocate by shopping for parts and accessories!

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