By James Cohn

LOGIC, EMOTION, POLITICS AND MURDER

All of the above words are, unfortunately, connected at this trying time.

And, consideration of topics should determine how you will decide for whom to vote this coming November.

I will not concern myself about which party you, the reader, endorse. What is of greater importance is the fate of our country.

The person you choose to be our president might turn out to be either wise or foolish, generous or selfish, careful or careless. It’s amazing how many people want my vote. I have received telephone and mail requests from both the Democratic and Republican camps and from personal representatives of both and I have made a decision.

I will vote for the candidate I determine to be the best for the future of my/our country and I fervently hope that you will decide to do the same.

James Cohn

Douglaston

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