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Tuesday, June 10, 2008


The clock is running. Thirty seconds to explain who I’m voting for.

To be honest, I don’t know yet. I’m one of those accused of throwing my vote away, voting my conscience rather than for the lesser of two evils, for the candidate I believe most likely to avert disaster politically, economically, socially, and ecologically; restore our freedoms; and protect our rights.

I don’t want a dream of change (that’s what concerns me about a certain candidate that sounds too good to be true), I want real change. Big change. Can you affect that from within the same old oligarchical system? I’m doubtful.

So here I sit, a No Party Affiliation libertarian-leaning voter, on the other side of the planet, away from the media saturation and drama, all sound bites and spin doctors, studying voting records, comparing stances on issues, analyzing the choices of respected peers...

...and while I can’t decide yet who will get my vote, it sure will not be this guy.


Anonymous said...

LOL -- at least you've eliminated the worst choice. :)


Bayberry Roost said...

I think Obama will make "real change", "big change" as you said.

What other choices are there?