seeking comments

24 Oct

This is a good condensation of what I’ve thought.  What do you think?


Posted by on October 24, 2008 in Uncategorized


2 responses to “seeking comments

  1. elclang

    October 26, 2008 at 3:57 am

    i agree, making a list is a good idea.

    i was going to write other stuff here, but the idea of getting into a political discussion makes me angry.

    one thing i know is that i positively cannot wait until november 5. frankly, i don’t love either candidate. i don’t think there’s any reason to believe that some big, positive revolution is going to happen because of anything that happens politically, no matter who wins this election. the only thing thinking about this stuff does for me is get me all worked up and angry. i hate feeling that way. i hate that i can’t pick all the good things and mash them together into one person, who is not completely full of crap and spewing crap and niceties constantly in order to get votes, but who may or may not give a rat’s behind about anything besides getting elected. i hate party lines and the fact that what parties stand for as a whole (on both sides) makes NO SENSE to me, logically. i hate that so many people think it’s okay to be rude and condescending to people who disagree with their views (i’m not saying that you have, necessarily, but i’ve read plenty of blogs of friends that have said things that make me feel like i must be an idiot for thinking/doing what i will do on nov. 4.) i’m just sick of it.

    jesus. anytime you’re ready to come back is fine.

  2. Sara

    October 26, 2008 at 11:07 pm

    I think he’s voting write-in (maybe himself)! Again I’ll say you cannot separate the candidates from their parties completely. You are examining party alignments, not “sound bites” that a political candidate can give (and record and provide a handy link to when questioned) to make himself (or herself) sound good.

    I don’t agree with the categorization of all of his points, but in general I agree that a list like this can be clarifying for any voter. If every voter would do it, it would revolutionize the voting public and how they accept the political season.


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