Only in the U.S.
Apr 27, 2016 | 6960 views | 0 0 comments | 105 105 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Dear Editor,

As disquieting as this election season has been with mountains of negatives, little has been said about it uniqueness.

To replace the first African-American president there is a woman, a Jewish Socialist from Brooklyn, and an outsider pseudo-Republican who has dedication to no particular ideology but his candidacy.

History will definitely record this presidential race as remarkable. It has broken all rules. The current campaign is unlike any other.

Yet what makes it a source of pride and wonder are these differences. These candidates in the past would never achieve the position they hold today. All restrictions and confinements have been exterminated. It is difficult to contemplate what comes after this race.

Only in the U.S. could the current race for the White House occur. Though many voters absolutely detest one or the other candidates, there is no question that a president will be sworn in peacefully.

Many may vilify or distrust the new president and wish it wasn’t so, but America’s democratic institutions will continue and the rewards to all will be our guaranteed freedom and rights.

Sincerely,

Ed Horn

Baldwin
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