WE ARE NOT “UNDECIDEDS,” BOB SOLARSKI.

Bob,
My name is Scott Mayo, and I sent you an email a while back explaining why my protesting/demonstrating, against the ongoing censorship of our First Confederate Flag from our Five Flags Displays, was newsworthy.  I wish you would have taken that issue seriously—and I wish you would take it seriously now.  This ongoing censorship of our First Confederate Flag from our Five Flags Displays is a violation of our First Amendment right to freedom of speech, as Escambia County, Florida, citizens of all races and ethnicities—and we have got to put a stop to it, as Escambia County, Florida, citizens of all races and ethnicities.
This time, however, I am emailing you about something else.  In your last 6 p.m. broadcast, you referred to those not affiliated with the Democratic or Republican party as “undecideds.”
We are not “undecideds,” Bob.  We are proud independent and third-party voters—and we know that both the Democratic and Republican parties are destroying our country, and that Donald Trump is no more suitable to be President of the United States than Hillary Clinton is.
Bob, I was a Republican voter until 2003.  That year, I changed my voting registration to “independent” (“no party affiliation”)—and you can probably guess why.  I am still a proud independent American voter—and will probably always be so.  Even when I was a Republican voter, I voted for Ross Perot in the 1992 U.S. Presidential Election.  I wish to God enough other Americans would have done the same—with our help, President H. Ross Perot would have probably prevented many of the problems we Americans face today.
Bob, did you know that we independent and third-party voters are prohibited by law from voting in the Democratic or Republican primaries in most U.S. states—including Florida?
Most U.S. states are closed-primary states—the closed-primary system is a system of discrimination against independent and third-party voters, practiced by both the Democratic and Republican parties, through state Democratic and Republican politicians.
But most Americans are unaware of this discrimination, because most Americans are registered with the Democratic or Republican party—and neither of those diabolical parties ever tells them about this discrimination (of course not).  And unfortunately, so many of the Americans who do know about this system of discrimination don’t care, because they only want their Democratic or Republican party to win all the time.
What’s really fascinating is that, as the American people become more divided, the Democratic and Republican parties become more united—united in their exploitation of the American people.
In fact, since June 22, 2015, neoconservatives have sold out the Republican party to the liberals of the Democratic party—and our country will soon be a one-party, totalitarian state, if we Americans don’t get our heads out of our apps, and start taking personal responsibility for our country again.
We are not “undecideds,” Bob.  We are proud independent and third-party American voters—and we have reason to be proud.
After all, we independent and third-party American voters are the only Americans who know what’s going on anymore.
Scott Wesley Mayo
Pensacola, Florida, resident
Mobile, Alabama, native
Proud descendant of Confederate veterans and U.S. veterans alike
Proud independent American voter
Proud Ross Perot voter, in the 1992 U.S. Presidential Election
Proud American who is doing everything he can to prevent the self-destruction of his country

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