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posted: 10/27/2012 5:00 AM

Endorsements good, just do opposite

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As the editors pointed out in a recent editorial, some newspapers have lately declined to offer political endorsements. I'm glad the Daily Herald decided to persist with its valuable insights into the federal, state, and local political contests. You're making voting easy: almost a no-brainer.

For conservative voters who may have only a superficial knowledge of the candidates, one simply can note who your paper endorses, go to the polls, and vote for the other guy.

Hence, one will be choosing freedom, prosperity, the Constitution, respect for life and lower taxes at least 80-90 percent reliably.

Glenn Garamoni


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