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By | October 4, 2022

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Letter to the Editor submission:

‘For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in.’

Politicians and others will shortly flood the airwaves with messages to go vote.

‘I don’t know enough.’
‘They don’t care’
‘What difference does it make?’
‘It doesn’t affect me’

All those things may have some truth, but should voting or life in general, just be about how it impacts you?

Over fifty people, including five children, died in a tractor-trailer near San Antonio this past June. Anyone should admit they are not living up to the values of the verse above if they think ‘illegals’ deserve such a fate. These people were just looking for a better life. Often fleeing cartel violence or natural disasters or extreme poverty.

‘Love your neighbor’ or ‘Do unto others’ is often thrown out the window by our supposed Christian leaders. If you don’t think the FED Govt has enough money to help the situation, look into a great book called ‘The Deficit Myth’. If you don’t think there’s enough food, look in any dumpster behind a grocery store or restaurant. If you don’t think there’s enough housing, there are 17 million vacant homes in America.

This isn’t liberal do-gooderism, this is basic human decency and having the courage to vote for different people that uphold those values.

Nathan Lewis
Independent Candidate for US Congressional District #19- Lubbock, Abilene, Big Spring, Plainview

CONTACT: Nathan Lewis
nathanlewisforcongress@gmail.com
(806) 730-6085

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