To the editor:
I didn't vote for a president of the United States.
Our initial president, George Washington was in his office when a group of men requested a hearing.
It was granted. They wanted to form a second party. The president said "absolutely not."
If you form a second party, each party will be interested in the part and not the people. Party power will be the objective, not "the welfare of the people." These words of wisdom were spoken in 1777.
We have been informed, the entire production will cost $6 billion. If the parties were interested in the people, they could have distributed all that money across the country to those in need.
The Republican Party lost the second election in two years before the voting began because when President Obama was first elected, the Republican Party stated: "Our vote is to make Obama a one-term president."
In this past election, we were given the choice of the evil of the two lesser political parties and I chose not to participate.
James M. McManus