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Voters no longer in control of elections

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I never identified with Hillary Clinton on anything until about a year ago when during a congressional hearing related to the Benghazi debacle she morphed into her true self and in an emotional outburst exclaimed, "What difference does it make?" Well, I started thinking about our alleged two-party political system and the upcoming 2016 presidential election. That's when Hillary's outburst hit me like a ton of bricks.

Let's face it; no matter who the American people really want for president, the "establishment" chooses both party candidates during the primaries, with the final selection in the general election. It's kind of like Coke or Pepsi, virtually no difference. Democrat and Republican policy are essentially fascist. Both presidential candidates are simply "sock puppets" for the Wall Street and multinational corporation elites who are really running the New World Order and bankrupting America into the abyss.

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Our elections have become "a theater of the absurd" largely due to the special interest groups, deceitful media and voter fraud controlling them. For once Hillary was right; "What difference does it make?"

George W. Hoeltje

Schaumburg

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