CaribPress is asking readers to “Vote their Conscience”

Win or lose, the candidates will remain at the top for own personal gains, return to their wealth, will not be spreading prosperity and will “soon forget” the issues they have been fighting for, including the struggles of working class Americans.

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Indeed, this unspeakable 2016 campaign rolls to an end on Tuesday, November 8. Remember, these are too very rich candidates seeking the Office of the Presidency. And, we all have a right to determine our destiny.

Let’s continue to fight for our rights to be heard and not be tricked by the politics of the past. Decide which candidate can provide a better future today. Get out and “Vote your Conscience” on November 8.

After the elections, Americans will deliberate on their choice for President of the United States. But, we dare you not to stress, as there will remain an insurmountable gap between the ‘haves and the have nots’.

Win or lose, the candidates will remain at the top for own personal gains, return to their wealth, will not be spreading prosperity and will “soon forget” the issues they have been fighting for, including the struggles of working class Americans.

Candidates will “Soon Forget” Struggles such as:
1. Deciding to put food on the table or pay health insurance
2. Job, Jobs, Jobs
3. Looking out for small businesses
4. Pitfalls of ‘making ends meet’
5. Providing safe borders
6. Income shortfall
7. Supporting family
8. Lack of a ‘safety net’ for rainy day
9. Making benefits, more affordable: health and dental insurance
10. Paying rent
11. Meeting payroll, as a small business
12. Experiencing racial injustice

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