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cfbamerica

Be free VOTE CFABA

http://www.cfabamerica.com/be-free-vote-npa

Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD
CFABA
For Senator Florida 2016
Citizens for a Better America
cfabamerica@gmail.com, www.cfabamerica.com

A Citizen for a Better America (CFABA)lived in the city and was absolutely satisfied in life.
Then he met a Democrat and thought, why am I no party affiliation?
He thought the Democrat must be the happiest person in the world.

CFABA asked the Democrat, and actually the Democrat replied,
” I was feeling I was the happiest person in the world until I met a Republican.”
They had two different thoughts, so now the Democrat thought he was happiest
until he saw a Republican and thought…with all the different things they do,
they must be the happiest people in the world.

So the CFABA went to the Republican and said,
“you are so correct on many things and thousands of people are coming to you,
I don’t understand why you’re not the happiest person in the world.”
The Republican said, “do you know I actually saw a nonparty individual
and I realize they are not entrapped by all the political standings.
So now I would rather be a no party affiliation because of the fact that
they are allowed to vote whatever they wish and not be controlled by politics.
So the moral of the story is; we make unnecessary comparisons with others and become sad
when we don’t do what God has given us to do. And this all leads to the vicious circle of
unhappiness with what we have. So be happy with what you have and who you are instead
of looking at other political parties. There will always be someone who will have more
or less then you have.
A person is satisfied when He/she is the happiest person in the world, believes in God and votes their conscience.

Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD CFABA
Www.cfabamerica.com

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