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January 21, 2008


Very interesting post and topic sir.

I wish this weren't going to be an election of "lesser of two evils" again, but to my eye it is. When I look at the two "progressive" front runners, I'm unimpressed by both unfortunately. Clinton strikes me as so power hungry she can't see straight, and therefore a corporate hack. Obama seems very willing to saber-rattle if he thinks it will gain him political power -- what a huge disappointment.

I'd love to vote for a peace, education, economy, and environment president. I don't believe I'll have that choice.

Sorry to go off topic there but that's where my thoughts went by the end of the reading. Optimism to "realism" -- blah.

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