A new presidential election is upon us. Millionaires would like to run this country like a private club, in their favor.

The economy is rigged by a corrupt financial system unleashed by the Citizens United ruling, whereby representatives are legally bribed to write laws that favor the one percent.

I have to wonder what today’s children are learning when they witness politicians bully one another.

I must say that, as an independent voter, I truly admire Bernie Sanders for having the courage to attack the Koch brothers and other such people who still contribute to the Hillary Clinton campaign.

And, to this day, Wall Street has not been held accountable.

We, the people, as a majority, need to vote for the candidate, not the party, in November so that, together, we can set time limits for all political offices.

Joe Voisine, North Monmouth

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