The upcoming presidential election should be a "no-brainer" for the voters. Suppose you are the chairman of the board of a once hugely successful company. For the past four years, the company has been in a severe decline. Wouldn't you and the rest of the board choose to replace the existing management?

If you can't relate to that, think of it this way. Our economy has been in dire straits for the past four years. The incumbent administration has been unable to restore the economy to what it should be. Doesn't it make sense to replace the present administration ?

If you don't think so, aren't you accepting the risk of going through another four years of struggle and anxiety over a floundering economy?

Al Dee

Fairfield