Viewpoint: Your vote is an investment
Ever think how long it took to earn your taxpaying dollars. Would you hand that money to someone because you liked the way they looked or because they had a nice sounding name? Or would you base that vote and management of your money with all your trust in a T.V. ad or a sales pitch? If they have served tenure before election it’s a little late to advertise that they now represent good ethics. Wouldn’t you want to pick to pick a money manager that had a good reputation, good ratings, and track record and someone that would give you a sound investment on your hard earned money?
Not voting is like tossing your hard earned tax dollars out the window without hesitation or second thoughts.
Let your voting choice be a sound investment in your future. Election Day is a day of weeding in the garden. It’s a time to pluck the flimflam men, snake oil salesman and charlatans out of their chairs. You as a taxpayer have a right to demand and expect the highest standards of character; a character that would support allegiance, responsibility, good values and law abiding strong ethics with no tolerance to compromise. The end does not justify the means.
Food for thought.
Craig Strid, Rhinelander