Don’t elect a loser
Recently I saw an interview on TV with Malala, the 16-year-old Afghan girl that was shot in the head by the Taliban for advocating education for girls. She was asked, “Are you afraid of the Taliban?” She said, “No. They were afraid of me; they attacked me.” I compare this with Letters to the Editor attacking Stewart Mills. They must be afraid of him for some reason. Because the only reason they use for attacking him was because he is a successful, wealthy businessman. Do we want to elect a loser to Congress? We have a government that is constantly raising taxes, borrowing 40 percent of everything they spend and continually raising the debt ceiling to borrow more money. They are also constantly searching for more ways to spend money. Two people have told me the owners of Mills Fleet Farm will not build another store until they can afford to. Wouldn’t it be logical that a man like this should be our representative in Washington? We can do nothing until November 2014, but until then, I suggest we could save a lot of taxpayer dollars by replacing Rick Nolan with a $10 rubber stamp.