Subverting an election

Updated 1/8/2021 5:08 PM

I consider myself a Republican. Since I reached voting age, more than five decades ago, most of the people I voted for were Republicans. I am appalled however, at the number of senators and congressmen, and non-officeholders, who are willing and eager to subvert an election and override the will of the people. I cannot imagine anything less American or more undemocratic. That attitude alone makes them unworthy of being a public servant. That's the thing about a democracy. Sometimes you're going to be disappointed. You can't call the process unfair just because you don't like the result. Those people will never get my vote, and they shouldn't get anyone else's.

Arthur Golub



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