We in Wisconsin

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel <<< Dear Kevin: Thank you for posting from the NYTimes, since I would have missed this without your post.  The text seems to attract comments, so maybe someone will reply.  The report begins like a report, but later seems like an editorial, ie. “We in Wisconsin” Who is “we”.  “exploitation of public fears” is a real tactic, but it also seems to backfire as exemplified by Newt Gingrich drop in the polls.  “Our right to vote means little if few politicians run against this trend” Something is missing here.  Maybe: Our right to vote means little if we cast uneducated votes.  I am glad to read the NYTimes text, and my comments of confusion are sincere.  Comments invited. Sincerely,  Tom Doody >>> about me, use anonymous2tomdoody@gmail.com as an email address to comment without posting your email address, or login to gmail with password: anonymous123

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